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NWINDING 




IMAGE 

1970 

VOLUME IV 



Co-Editors: Monica Adcock 

Cathy Hickey 
Assistant Editor: Cindy Johnson 
Business Manager: Steve Wilson 
Staff: Mary Brewer 

Sonny Bryant 

Pam Gorelick 

Stephanie Holt 

Danny Jones 

Alan Keck 

Ricky Moore 
Co-Sponsors: Jane Dilday 

Ruth Pleasants 





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Administration 



Activities 



TABLE 

OF 

CONTENTS 

Introduction 1 

Administration 20 

Activities 38 

Sports 86 

Classes . 128 

Advertisements 196 




Sports 



Classes 



Advertisements 



Images unwinding searching for the 
truth or better yet, a meaning for life. 
Looking all around you . . . perceiving 
what is new, taking a second glance at 
all that is old, trying to decipher what 
is new. Forming minds through ideas, 
through motion . . . Hoping for a 
chance to see what it is all about when 
all around you seem not to know. 
Watching hopeless rebellion because 
there is no sure destination. Wishing 
for a meaning yet wondering exactly 
why life can't simply be wonderful if 
one is without caring. Simply dream 
. . . gather life simply by living. Watch 
others find and lose their way. Watch 
them fall apart and pull together but 
not knowing why. 





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Images unwinding . . . doing things 
they like to do. Getting over hang-ups 
only to confront more. But isn't . . . 
isn't this what life really is? Think of 
the endless monotony of always 
knowing why. Meditate over the idea 
that everyone is the same. Without the 
individual searching, expressing in his 
own unique way, what would break 
the trance-like state of endless duplic- 
tion of life. 

Images unwinding, letting go for 
explanations through only, yes only, 
inadequate words . . . can they pro- 
duce, inspire the proper interpreta- 
tion? Finally, simply doing what you 
mean. Unwind . . . feel life, let others 
feel it too. Opening your own doors 
and letting others do it too. 




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OVERCOMING 

DAILY PROBLEMS 



Images unwinding through inter- 
action of motions, thoughts, actions, 
and deeds. Perceive all the beauty of 
things in motion . . . living . . . laugh- 
ing . . . crying . . . and yes, loving. 
There is something to be said for all of 
these . . . Why? Emotions . . . 

Images meeting unpleasurable tasks 
with pleasure. Becoming a thing of all 
things in association. Living each 
moment. The good and the bad . . . 
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The image of the eye, it can, it 
does ref lect . . . the happiness of 
everyday . . . depicting life, having 
nothing to say . . . but thinking 
thoughts valuable as your own . . . 
only your own. 

What is the reason? Why images un- 
wind ... It is an individual thing 
though, isn't it? For you, for me. life 
is one . . . You chose, you take . . . 
and you mold a being whatever, you 
do it. 

In the age of revolution, dissention, 
and the like, there is a thing of 
beauty. At least there is some living, 
some breathing after such a long stag- 
nation in a sense. Images do unwind. 
They may begin it here. Through 
these corridors thoughts are given, 
accepted, and rejected . . . some per- 
sist and make a life different . . . 





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makes his feelings felt. It is from these 
associations, I learn and you learn. 

Now, we too have reached oi 
"establishment." As a senior higfy*^- 
school, we have finally reached a stagd(7 
for beginning. The doors have been a^ 
opened by a thriving number of indi-v 
viduals over a period of four years. 
But then, it has been said that what i^ 
worth waiting for is worth much t^ 
and time. Now, the ways are to 
for others to build, and vvi^nodTie 
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LIVING EACH MOMENT AS YOUR OWN 







Images unwinding ... in a maze of 
life. Looking at a road, deciding the 
proper pursuit. There are choices, un- 
limited for one reason or another. 
There are barriers but most can be 
broken. Endless decisions— we can, we 
do make mistakes but perhaps we can 
also emerge as wiser beings. The in- 
evitable thought is simple— that one 
must try. We cannot remain in a sus- 
pended state of existence ... we must 
live. There is meaning all around us 
though at times it seems unreal. There 
is a demanding generation . . . demand 
of life and gam . . . gain something, 
however insignificant it may seem. 
Look at life, don't just glance, 
decipher the maze and play your 
part ... do it with perseverance— or— 
don't bother to do it at all. There 
remains the choice. 



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SIMPLY DOING 
WHAT YOU MEAN 



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There is no dedication as such to 
any one individual in this school. By 
doing so, perhaps a strong sense of our 
thought would become meaningless. 
But, this Image is for all those people 
who are striving, learning, interacting, 
just feeling life. To all Images Un- 
winding, we wish there might simply 
be a thought, a reflection to add 
meaning to an already meaningful in- 
dividual. 

We have reached now, a point 
where our efforts prove either worthy 
or vain. The Images, at last, can truly 
unwind and experiences can yield. 




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AGES UNWINDING . . . GIVING WORDS O 
WISDOM, EXPERIENCE AND TRUTH. THES 
IDEAS SOME ORIGINAL, SOME A PRODUCT O 
LEARNING. NONETHELESS THERE IS COMMUNI 
CATION, SOME TAKEN AND REFLECTED UPON - 
OTHERS SIMPLY A PASSING OF WORDS. H 
WHO TEACHES MUST ALSO LEARN. IT IS, AFTEI 
ALL, A TWO WAY THING. THOUGHTS INTER 
MINGLE, SOMETOSSED AWAY AS NOTHINGNES 
OTHERS TAKEN IN A MOMENT OF TRUTH. THER 
is A PLACE FOR BECOMING AWARE ... HO 
^UCHOFIT IS VALUABLE, ONLY TIME WILLTELI 

HELPING IS A KEYWORD TO UNDERSTANDING! 

1^ IT NOT? BEING OBJECTIVE AT TIMES, SUB -| 

ECTIVE AT OTHERS, BUT MAINLY BEING . . 

EOPLE QUESTION THE REASON FOR LISTEN 

^G, OTHERS COMPLAIN FOR NOT BEIN 

TISTENED TO. SOME IDEAS SEEM INNATE T 

THE MINDS OF YOUNG AND OLD -- IMPOSSIBL 

TO CHALLENGE, BUT BEING CHALLENGED A 

EVERY TURN. IMAGES UNWINDING, GIVING O 

THEMSELVES FOR WHATEVER IS TO BE OF US 
MUCH OF IT IS FUTILE, BUT OUT OF IT ALL A 
LEAST THERE IS A EFFORT TO GET AT TH 
MEANINGFUL TRUTH. THE WORDS OF ROBER 
FROST. THE REASONING OF EINSTEIN, TH 
LOGIC OF EUCLID, THE EXPLANATION O 
eALBRAITH,THE WISDOM OF GIBRAN. HOW CA 
ONE BE VOIDOF SUCH LIVING AND EXPERIENCE 




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DMINISTRATION 



BRICKELL UPDATES SYSTEM 



Mr. E.E. Brickell has been the Super- 
intendent of Schools for two years. In 
this time he has changed many of the 
policies of the Virginia Beach school 
system. Among the changes was the 
move from the 7-5 school system to a 
7-2-3 system. Since this innovation 
Kempsville High includes only tenth, 
eleventh, and twelth grades. 

Even though he is burdened with 
many responsibilities, Mr. Brickell takes 
time to visit schools in the area. On 
three occasions this year he was a guest 
at our school. At Open House, he de- 
livered an address to the staff, and to 
the parents of Kempsville High School 
students. He attended the Christmas 
breakfast which is given annually for 
the school board officials and the 
administration and faculty of the 
school. As an honored guest at the 
Football Banquet, he awarded the 
trophy to the most valuable player of 
the year. 




E.E. Brickell— Superintendent of Schools 




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Mr. Brickell at annual Christmas breakfast. 



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MORRIS ACTIVE IN SCHOOL FUNCTIONS 




N.W. Morris— Principal 



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Mr. N.W. Morris has led Kempsville 
High School through another busy, 
eventful year. He has spent many busy 
hours trying to make our school the 
best in the area. New and complex 
responsibilities face Mr. Morris daily 
in his administrative position, yet he 
always finds time to devote to the stu- 
dents. 



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ADMINISTRATORS MAINTAIN ORDER 



This year Kempsville had three 
assistant principals. The tasks of these 
men were varied according to their 
responsibilities. Yet, during the course 
of a regular day, many unforseen 
problems arise which must be faced 
by them. 

Mr. Atkinson is the Assistant Prin- 
cipal in charge of Academic Instruc- 
tion. It is he who supervises teachers 
and plans the curriculum for the 
school. 

Mr. Shields is the Assistant Prin- 
cipal in Charge of Discipline. As his 
title suggests, his main duty is to cope 
with the inevitable disciplinary prob- 
lems. 

Mr. Spence is interning as an assis- 
tant principal. He came to us from the 
University of Virginia Graduate 
School. 




C. H. Atkinson— Assistant Principal 



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G.B. Shields— Assistant Principal 




W.L. Spence— Intern Assistant Principal 



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SECRETARIES ASSIST STAFF 



Every successful organization must 
have its people behind the scenes. At 
K.H.S. these people could be con- 
sidered the ladies who do the office 
work in school. 

Each of the secretaries has a 
number of specific responsibilities. 
There are four secretaries in our 
school, and they are kept busy 
throughout the day. 




Mrs. Garnott 



Mrs. Maddux 




Mrs. Houchins 



Mrs. Yancey 



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COUNSELORS ASSIST STUDENTS 



Five counselors are employed at 
Kempsville High School. They assist 
students in choosing courses and 
making sure they are aware of the en- 
tire curriculum. In addition to this, 
the counselors advise students in col- 
lege planning. Scores on various tests 
are interpreted by the counselors. 

Our first graduating class will be 
the reason for many discussions and 
hours of making endless decisions. 





Mrs. Fritch— Head Counselor 



Mr. Lanier 





Mrs. Dillon 



Mr. Liner 



Miss Powell 



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STAFF FILLS STUDENT NEEDS 




Mrs. Poff is always ready with 
bandages, aspirins, and medications 
for students and staff. At times, her 
clinic is more than full. 

A vast number of carefully selected 
books, a reference room, conference 
room, and audio visual room all make 
up the library. Our librarians work 
diligently to provide the best possible 
sources for information and entertain- 
ment for the students of K.H.S. 



Mrs. Poff— School Nurse 



Mr. Braun— Head Librarian 




Mrs. Pell— Assistant Librarian 



Mrs. Tanner— Assistant Librarian 



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NEBRASKA CURRICULUM 
ADDED TO SYSTEM 



The English Department made its 
first attempt to graduate the Seniors 
of Kempsville High School this year. 
Another first for the teachers of 
superior English was to incorporate 
into its workings, the Nebraska Cur- 
riculum. 

The Shakespearian Theatre Com- 
pany from New York presented two 
plays, Macbeth and School for Wives 
at Princess Anne High School this 
year. It was through the joint effort of 
the English teachers of Virginia Beach 
that this group appeared. 





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Mr. Johnson— Chairman 




Mrs. Proferes 




Miss Canada 



Miss High 



Mr. Braun 





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Miss Lawson 



CONCENTRATION 

ON READING PROGRAM 




Mrs. Comstock 



Mrs. Seeley 



The reading program in the school 
has been enhanced by the efforts of 
Mrs. Betty Mayo. Along with the 
teachers of remedial English, she has 
developed an active program for im- 
proving the reading skills of the slow 
learner. 






Miss Pleasants 



Mrs. Beers 



Mrs. Staten 



Mrs. Mayo Mrs. Stott 





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T.V.S USED 
IN HISTORY 



Student enthusiasm was high dur- 
ing the mock elections this year. The 
history department sponsored the 
elections and to make it authentic, a 
voting machine was borrowed from 
the city. 

The department sought to tie ideas 
of the past with those of the present 
and future. 




Mrs. Peterson— Chairman 



Mrs. Traugott 




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Mr. Watson 




Mrs. Carroll 



Mrs. Baker 



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NEW TEXTS 

CHANGE CURRICULUM 



Mr. Watson— Chairman 



This year has been a year of trans- 
ition for the math department. The 
newly adopted texts for all courses in 
math have made the program more 
modern and efficient. 

Math courses offered at Kempsville 
include basic math through math an- 
alysis and calculus. 




Mr. Moon 



LANGUAGES BROADEN 
COMMUNICATIONS 



The Foreign Language department 
offers courses in. French, Latin, Ger- 
man, and Spanish. To implement this 
advanced level of instruction, tapes, 
recordings, and slides are used. The 
facilities are designed to motivate stu- 
dent interest. 




Mrs. Sessoms 






Mrs. Cutchins 



Miss Moseley 



Mrs. Bond 




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Mrs. Shirley— Chairman 



Mrs. Carroll 



OFFER MANY 
DISCOVERIES 



Individual investigation was en- 
couraged to further the enlightenment 
of the students of science. Teaching 
the basic beliefs of science in a new 
and experimental way is a primary 
goal of the department. 

In order to complete a Senior High 
curriculum, a course in physics has 
been added. 








Mr. McDuffy 



Mrs. Stevenson 



Mr. Barlow 



Mrs. Neal 





Mr. Campbell 




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ECONOMICS ADDED 



The business curriculum has given 
many students competence in every 
day economics and marketing skills. 

The department is more than ef- 
ficiently equipped with modern office 
machinery. Through experience and 
exposure to these supplies, it is 
thought the student will be better pre- 
pared to face the business world. 





Mrs. Wooten— Chairman 



Mrs. Estes 





Mr. Roughton 



Miss Estes 



Mrs. Siler 




Mrs. Dunn 



Mrs. McArver 




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COURSES DEVELOP SKILLS 



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Mrs. Frazier 



The KHS art department is an active one. 
The purpose is to develop the artistic skills of 
the students. Throughout the year, they 
furnish the school with many imaginative dis- 
plays. 

The Home Economics department is re- 
sponsible for the teaching of many skills in- 
volved with the home. Child care and develop- 
ment, decorating, marketing, cooking, and 
sewing are only a few of the many subjects 
considered. 

The industrial arts department is the 
source of much learning. Experimentation 
was encouraged in the expectation that stu- 
dents would make discoveries to guide them 
to a greater understanding of structure and 
design. The department includes drafting, 
electronics, woods, arts and crafts, and 
metals. 

The teachers and students work very 
closely to develop individual capabilities in 
special education. Although these students 
had their own classrooms, they could choose 
electives such as shop, art, physical education, 
chorus, and band. 





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Mr. Taylor— Chairman 



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The sounds of the Kempsville High 
School music department echo 
through the halls daily as many stu- 
dents practice diligently. 

The band and chorus set the mood 
for holidays and assemblies by per- 
forming music in keeping with the 
season. 

The physical education department 
decreased in size this year since we be- 
came "a senior high school. All tenth 
graders are required to take P.E. 
which consists of a classroom study of 
health as well as instruction in physi- 
cal activity. Elective courses in P.E. 
may be taken by eleventh and twelth 
grades. 

Classroom instruction in the prin- 
ciples of distributing and marketing is 
offered by the distributive education 
department. Application of the princi- 
ples is seen through student participa- 
tion in jobs overseen by the teachers. 

This year we have a third teacher in 
this department, Mr. Derrickson, who 
serves part of the day. 



TEACHES MOLD TALENTS 







Mr. Sawyer 



Mr. Cole 




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Mr. Weller— Chairman 



Miss Compton 



Mr. Parker 



Mrs. Hellstrom 



Mr. Parnell— Chairman 



Miss Schiffman 



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STAFFS GIVE SERVICE TO SCHOOL 




The cafeteria staff, under the 
supervision of Mrs. Carithers, faced a 
tremendous task everyday of this 
year. Planning, preparing, and serving 
meals for approximately fifteen 
hundred people, is the job invested in 
these faithful workers. 

Mr. Crouch is in charge of the cus- 
todial staff of our school. It is they 
who try to keep the building clean 
and in repair throughout the year. 




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Mrs. Carithers plans meals around the budget. 




Emma Elmore, Jean Keyes, Edna Carithers, Geneva Gray, Goldie Wright, Eva Allen, Ethel Harris, Sue Sullivan, Betty Hill, Rita Fillmore. 
Minnie L. Jones, Randolph Canady, and Bea Knox. 



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iiVSAGES UNWINDING IN JOINT EFFORTS OF AC 
JMPLiSHMENT OR JUST PLAIN FUN. IT TAKE: 
X RATHER UNIQUE ONE TO SIMPLY STAND AN 
WATCH WITHOUT BEIN6 DRAWN INTO TH 
GROUP OF PARTICIPANTS. YET, THERE MUS 
BE THOSE WHO DO AND THOSE WHO DON' 
ALL THROUGH LIFE THERE ARE THINGS T 
JOIN, PEOPLE TO MEET, PLACES TO SEE. BU 
THERE TOO IS A DECISION INVOLVED. . .TO AC 
OR JUST BE. PEOPLE UNITE EVERYWHER 
FOR EVERYTHING . . . BUT MOSTLY A FEW TO 
RATHER PERSONAL CAUSE. THERE IS UNIT 
FOR SERVICE, UNITY FOR PEACE . . . UNITY FO 
^^fesERTION, UNITY FOR JUST UNITY. IT I 
SOMETHING THOUGH THAT IS A PERSONA 
THING . . . ISN'T IT? IT IS WHAT YOU MAKE I 
THERE'S A MEANING FOR YOU, FOR ME, AN 
THEN, FOR THE OTHER GUY. IS THIS THE FEEL 
!NG THAT MAKES IT? ACTIVE PEOPLE . . . STU 

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GETHER, BECOMING AN INDIVIDUAL IN ORDER T 
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One of the most desired honors at 
Kempsville High School is that of Miss 
Image. This position has become a tra- 
dition at K.H.S. For three years she 
has been elected by the student body. 
Candidates are student nominated, 
then voted on by the school. This year 
there were eight candidates selected to 
run for Miss Image. 

The criteria for Miss Image is five- 
fold. She must possess the following 
qualities: school spirit, citizenship, 
good personality, good academic 
standing and, good appearance. The 
choice was a difficult one with these 
outstanding girls. The candidates were 
Monica Adcock, Debbie Bowman, 
Cindy Domme, Barbara Garrison, 
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ELECTED MISS IMAGE 1970 




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eiRLS DOMINATE S.C.A. 



President— Jenny Meredith 



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The Student Co-operative Associa- 
tion serves as a limiting factor on 
"The Establishment" at K.H.S. It 
serves as a means of self government 
within the school. The success of this 
organization depends upon the indi- 
vidual. 

Under the leadership of Jenny 
eredith, president, and Mrs. West, 
sponsor, the S.C.A. has completed a 
number of projects this year. The 
most unique is perhaps the acquisition 
and raising of the marquis for school 
announcements. 




Historian— Judy Hughes 



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COMMUNICATION THROUGH SCA REPS 




1. Chris Hoffman, 2. Cathy Dozier, 3. Joan Grady, 4. Burt 
Heath, 5. Bruce Deemer, 6. Brenda Clyburn, 7. Alan 
Keck, 8. Greg Deloresco, 9. Pat Jones, 10. Ronnie Gwalt- 
ney, 11. Dino Deaton, 12. Becky Carr, 13. Debbie For- 
hand, 14. Mary Domme, 15. Ed Austin, 16. Margaret 
Fuentes, 17. Julie Fisher, 18. Monica Adcock, 19. Trenace 
Basnight, 20. Jeff Bryan, 21. Terri Annas, 22. Barbara 
Garrison, 23. Frankie Ratcliff, 24. Sharon Paul, 25. Ray 
Funderburk, 26. Karen Parham, 27. Bud Fueston, 28. 
Kim Lanfranchi, 29. Marcia Briden, 30. Sherri Riser. 



The interaction between S.C.A. of- 
ficers and the student body is depend- 
ent upon the representatives. This 
year the S.C.A. has re-vamped the rep- 
resentative program. There is one 
member assigned to each homeroom. 
The thought behind the new method 
of communication is that a selective 
group of people can serve as the med- 
ium between S.C.A. and student body 
more effectively. 



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CITIZENSHIP-REPRESENTATIVES GOAL 




1. Sandra Morris, 2. Jenny Meridith, 3. Kay Halsey, 
4. Chris Bram, 5. Monica Adcock, 6. Gilbert O.Neal 
7. Lester Thomas, 8. Mike Olsen, 11. 



For the first time at Kempsville 
High, representatives of the senior 
class were selected to attend Boys and 
Girls State. The faculty made this 
selection based on the scholastic, 
civic, and leadership qualities of the 
student. 

For one week during the summer, 
June 15-21, the girls went to Radford 
College and the boys to Willaim and 
Mary. The colleges are set up as state 
government with dorms as cities. Rep- 
resentatives learned about Virginia 
government in both the local and state 
level. A two-party system of Fed- 
eralists and Nationalists was enacted 
by the students as they occupied 
offices in the legislative, executive, or 
judicial departments of the state. 

Jenny Meredith was elected Sena- 
tor of her city and Monica Adcock 
was elected Mayor. Monica also won 
the Outstanding Citizenship Award 
for her city. 

Special thanks should go to the 
American Legion and it's Women's 
Auxiliary for sponsoring Girls' and 
Boys' State. 



47 



INDIVIDUALITY A MAIN GOAL 




The yearbook staff is one of service 
to the school. The club is sponsored 
by Miss Dilday and Miss Pleasants. It 
has been the goal of the staff to pro- 
vide an accurate reflection on the life 
and makings of Kempsville High 
School.Through pictures and accounts, 
the organization of this school is por- 
trayed. 

The task is an unending one if it 
accurately reveals the happenings of 
the school. It has been and is the hope 
of the staff that the Image will pro- 
vide a lasting picture of 1970. 




Cathy Hickey 




Stephanie Holt 



Sonny Bryant 



48 



FOR IMAGE STAFF OF 1970 





Pam Gorelick 



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Mary Brewer 



Alan Keck 




Danny Jones 



Rick Moore 



49 



TREATY ADOPTS NEW STYLE 



1. Mike Nance, 2. John 
Chudacek, 3. Ellie Brad- 
shaw, 4. Mike Miller, 5. 
Lee Edmons, 6. Sandy 
Sanderson, 7. Cathy Gary, 
8, Bill Cox, 9. Barry Hol- 
land, 10. Ray Funderburk. 




The 1969-1970 Treaty staff consists of 
journalism students interested in the making 
of Kempsville's newspaper. This is Mrs. 
Seeley's first year sponsoring the staff. Co- 
editors are Ellie Bradshaw and Mike Miller 
who share in news editing and proof reading. 
The Treaty is issued bimonthly. 





Co-editors, Ellie Bradshaw and Mike Miller set copy 
for newspaper deadline. 



50 



N.H.S. CONCENTRATES ON ACADEMICS 




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The National Honor Society is 
composed of a selective group of stu- 
dents who possess qualitites of leader- 
ship, character, and service. 

A student is not eligible for con- 
sideration as a candidate until his 
junior year. He must have and main- 
tain a B average in his courses. The 
club has been under the guidance of 
Mr. Watson for two years. The officers 
are: president— Rex Springston; vice- 
president— Dottie Kirby; secretary- 
Li ndy Small, and treasurer— Peggy 
Heath. 



1. Beth Hickman, 2. Allie Williams, 3. Timothy Williams. 4. Danny Jones, 5. Lindv 
Small, 6. Alan Keck, 7. Jenny Meredith, 8. Debi Bennett, 9. Bob Eagan, 10. Mike 
olsen, 11. Dottie Kirby, 12. Kaye Halsey, 13. Howard Ralph, 14. Chrysisse Passaris, 
15. Peggy Heath, 16. Lyn Newbern, 17. Carol Lewis, 18. Randy Waid, 19. Kitty Turner, 
20. Sandy Morris, 21. Patti Tullock 



51 



THESPIANS IN FULL SWING 



The national honorary drama 
organization led by Mrs. West has 
been in full swing for 1970. The mem- 
bership was extended to those who 
have been in a play and received a 
number of points for involvements in 
the theater. These students were 
willing to devote time and talent to 
the drama at Kempsville High School. 



One of the student productions 
was What Did We Do Wrong and there 
will be two more in the Spring. There 
was experience gained on the stage as 
well as behind the scenes. 

Membership in the club is a 
coveted achievement for the drama 
student. 



1. Susan Smith, 2. Diane Tate, 3. 

Chris Bram, 4. Kym Tabor, 5. Oscar 

Richardson, 6. Daynor Connor, 7. 

Roger Reed, 8. Jennifer Whitaker, 

9. Cindy Domme, 10. Debbie 

Scranton, 1 1. Jeff Hanson, 12. 

Nancy Davis, 13. Mike Thomas, 14. 

Elly Bradshaw, 15. Becky Dodd, 16. 

Susan Kalman, 17. Ray' 

Funderburk, 18. Dorothy Nugent, 

19. Rochelle Pinson, 20. Susan 

Barnes, 21. Donna Pittard, 22. 

Sandra Morris, 23. Becky Adkins, 

24. Nancy Bram, 25. Larry Davies, 

26. Darcy Morrison, 27. Robert 

Stewart, 28. David Knock, 29. Pat 

Hart, 30. Julie Fisher, 31. Kathy 

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DRAMA HOSTS FORENSIC CONTEST 



The drama club under the direction 
of Mrs. Alice West, is an educational 
club. To be elegible for the club a stu- 
dent must have taken one class of 
drama. Also, he must have backstage 
experience. 

Both drama organizations are re- 
sponsible for the Shakespeare Festival 
for the area which has been held at 
Kempsville for two years. Also, for 
the first time, the Junior High School 
forensic contest was held at Kemps- 
ville. This was a first for the entire 
area. 




1. Rita Ciotti, 2. Ernie Smith, 
3. Pat Carry, 4. David Gilman, 
5. Cassie Mayberry, 6. Cheryl 
Parker, 7. Debbie Sabine, 8. Mike 
Billari 9. Debe McNamara, 10. 
Pat Nash, 11. John Kelly, 12. Jim 
Cook, 13. Robin Roughton, 14. 
Dennis Bell, 15. Donna Sparks, 
16! Theresa Tucker, 17. Judy 
Hughes, 18. Doug Neize, 19. 
Rhonda Burns 



"I'm leaving, brother!' 



Cast of What Did We Do Wrong? 



53 



TALENTS FOUND IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS 






With girls come mirrors, even in woodshop. 



Cassandra Williams develops skills. 




Peggy Jones outstanding in woods. 

The Industrial Arts program at 
KHS is outstanding. Students and in- 
structors work together to build many 
products. The program consists of 
drafting, arts and crafts, electronics, 
and electricity. Through application 
of skills under supervision and in- 
dividual creativity, a great deal is ac- 
complished in this department. 



Barbara Vaillencourt works in Woods IV. 




Student teachei assists. 



54 



Art is a mirror of our times. The 
students try to express their feelings 
in their work. Through expression in 
art these students are developing a 
character unique as their own. The 
work that is displayed around our 
school and in many shows is just an 
example of the great work that they 
do. 



BRYANT'S WORK 
ADDS TO FINE ARTS 




The Old Tree, Sonny Bryant 

John Caddy: 1st, Oils— Virginia 
Beach Hospital Show; 2nd, Oils-KHS 
Arts Festival; 2nd, Oils— Unitarian; 
Honorable Mention— Buckroe Beach. 

Sonny Bryant: 1st, Graphics— Col- 
lege Park Gallery; 1st, Graphics— KHS 
Arts Festival; 1st, Graphics— Virginia 
Beach Hospital Show; 3rd, Graphics— 
KHS Arts Festival; Library Purchase 
Award. 1969. 



The Potter, Sonny Bryant 



55 




positive-negative, Patty Dawson 




Boats, Betty Credle 



Patty Dawson: 1st mixed media— 
KHS Arts Festival; Virginia Beach 
City Show Participant. 

Betty Credle: 1st mixed media- 
Virginia Beach Hospital Show; 2nd 
Oils-KHS Arts Show; SCA Purchase 
Award, 1969. 

Dorothy Nugent: 1st water- 
colors— KHS Arts Festival; Virginia 
Beach City Show Participant. 




The Couple, Dorothy Nugent 



56 



LINE, SHAPE AND MASS HELP 



SELF - EXPRESSION 
IN FINE ARTS 




Woman and Still Life— Mike Bell 



Grace I— Renda Meadow 




Mike Bell: 2nd Graphics— Virginia 
Beach Hospital Show, Gold Brush 
Award; Outstanding Art Student, 
1969. 

Renda Meadow: 1st Pottery-KHS 
Arts Festival; 3rd Pottery-KHS Arts 
Festival; Virginia Beach City Show 
Participant. 

Brenda Gable: 1st, Batik-KHS 
Arts Festival; Honorable Mention, 
Pottery-KHS Arts Festival; Virginia 
Beach City Show Participant. 



Anguished Youth— Jack Revell; small freeform pottei-y— Ivan Joslin; Turtle Sunning and 
large vase— Brenda Gable. 



57 



F.B.L.A. SPONSORS FACULTY TEA 




•NG STAR 




1 he Future Business Leaders of 
America are now in their second year 
at Kempsville, The club is under the 
supervision of Mrs. Carol Estes, who 
was a sponsor last year., and Miss Helen 
Estes. The purpose of the FBLA is to 
further educational progress in the 
business world. Students taking any 
business courses are eligible for the 
club. 

One of the projects of the year was 
to help a poor family. Also they spon- 
sor a tea for the teachers before the 
Christmas holidays. 

Officers for 1969-1970 are: Presi- 
dent— Pam Harris, Vice-President— 
Laura Winters, Secretary— Beckie 
Kirby, Treasurer— Gloria Bright, His- 
torian—Debbie Pittman, Parliamen- 
tarian—Julie Doggett, and Chaplain- 
Teresa Hewitt. 




1 Annie Todd, 2. Debbie Pittman, 3. Jo Ann Wade, 4. Wanda Hendren, 5. Karen 

Ransome, 6. Laura Winters, 7. Julie Doggett, 8. Pam Harris, 9. Lynn Bryant, 10. 

Beckie Kirby, IL Valerie Robinson, 12. Susan Sanderlin, 13. Debbie Scott, 14. 

Debbie Brown, 15. Diane Maynard, 16. Shelly Tranio, 17. Margie Ross, 18. Kathy 

Clark 19. Cindy Hanbury, 20. Janet Wade, 21. Donna Shaw 



58 



GERMAN CLUB UTILIZES SKILLS 





The German Club is unique in that 
it is the only language club at Kemps- 
ville High School. 

Students having the desire to apply 
skills learned in the classroom char- 
tered the German Club this year. 
Through speaking the language and 
studying the culture of Germany, 
these students gained insight into 
many facets of the country. Mrs. 
Heckert is the clubs sponsor. 



1. David Knack, 2. Randy Spangier, 3. 
Harold Diaz, 4. Chris Jones, 5. Debbie Neal, 
6. Nellie Van Austin, 7. Marilyn Smith, 8. 
Hank Jones. 9. John Doran, 10. Karen Boah- 
er, 11. Kent Brinkley, 12. Julia Frazier, 13. 
Beth Benjaminson. 



59 



ART CLUB SPONSORS FESTIVAL 




The Art Club is an academic club 
sponsored by Mrs. Partin. Its purpose 
is to project an image of our times and 
to promote a better understanding 
and friendship throughout our school, 
community, and church. This year it 
contains approximately twenty mem- 
bers, with: Donna Sparks as President, 
Jan Dickenson as Vice-President, 
Stephanie Lipinski as Treasurer, Me- 
lissa Abbot as Secretary, and Tricia 
Branch as ICC Representative. Their 
major activity for this year is the Arts 
Festival. Also, as a service project to 
the school they supply the decora- 
tions for the showcases and cafeteria. 
Anyone interested in art is eligible to 
join. 




1. Jane Rogers, 2. Debbi Barry, 3. Cathy Hillegass, 4. Mike Cronce, 5. Cindy 

Parron, 6. Mike Bell, 7. Tim Wolfe, 8. Betty Lemmon. 9. Debby Scranton, 10. 

Donna Sparks, 1 1. Beverly Tyer, 12. Louise Silas, 13. Tricia Branch, 14. Melissa, 

Abbott, 15. Barbara Scarano, 16. Jan Dickinson, 17. Mike Cole, 18. Myra McCord, 

19. Pam Pruitt, 20. Lynn Stahling. 



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KEY CLUB COMPILES 
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3. Robert Bland, 4. Greg 
Doloresco, 5. Danny Jones, 6. Mike 
Teagle, 7. William Mass, 8. Dale 
Engebretsen, 9. Roger Reed, 10. 
Robert Stewart, 1 1. David Oilman 
12. Tim Williams, 13. Mike Olson, 
14. Mike Taylor, 15. Pete Hatstat, 
16. Robbie Mays, 17. Ken Hardy, 
18. Rick Conboy, 19. Steve Estes, 
20. Bob Eagan, 21. Charlie 
Heffington, 22. Robert Woods, 23. 
Mike Thomas, 24. Mike Windom, 
25. Scott Daniels. 




The 1969-1970 Key Club is spon- 
sored by Mr. Mullen. This is his first 
year as sponsor of the club. There are 
presently thirty-three members, com- 
ing from the tenth, eleventh, and 
twelth grades. They are led by Robbie 
Mays as President, Rick Conboy as 
Vice-President, Kenny Peterson as 
Secretary, and Pete Hatstat as Treas- 
urer. 

The Key Club's motto is "We 
Build." The Club is a service organi- 
zation whose main goal is to promote 
and develop initiative and leadership 
in serving the school and community. 
This goal was accomplished in a fine 
manner this year as the club was con- 
stantly kept busy with numerous acti- 
vities. On several occasions they 
cleaned up the school parking lot. 
They also published this year's stu- 
dent directory. The club sponsored 
numerous campaigns including those 
against smoking, alcohol, and drugs, 
plus a campaign to encourage safe dri- 
ving. They also worked side by side 
with the S.C.A. and senior class in 
many activities. The club also donated 
food, clothing, and toys to many 
worthwhile charities. 



61 




SADIE HAWKINS IS A SUCCESS 




1. Patti Tulluck, 2. Cecky Carr, 3. Lori Durham, 4. Ellie Bradshaw, 5. 

Diane Purefoy, 6. Debby Eagan, 7. Gloria Koster, 8. Debbie Eason, 9. Cindy 

Hicks, 10. Linda Newbern, 11. Pat Hardin, 12. Adele Dennis, 13. Nancy 

Pomplun, 14. Chrys Passaris, 15. Sharon Ward, 16. Kitty Turner, 17. Jeanne 

Yost, 18. Kaye Halsey, 19. Robyn Martin, 20. Sheree Hampton, 21. Linda 

Conwell, 22. Pam Martin, 23. Dottie Kirby, 24. Joan Preddy, 25. Michele 

Passaris, 26. Beth Wade, 27. Debbie Williams, 28. Twila Charlton, 29. 

Sharon Ball, 30. Carolyn Pledger, 31. Patricia Saul, 32. Pam Gilbert 



The Keyette Club is an honorary 
service club whose specific purpose is 
to serve the community and school. It 
consists of sophomore, junior, and 
senior girls who maintain a "C" aver- 
age or above and are of good character 
and possess leadership qualities. 

This year Keyettes consists of 
thirty-five hard-working members who 
participate in such projects as march- 
ing for ALSAC, giving a scholarship to 
an outstanding Keyette, and various 
other activities. Each year the Key- 
ettes sponsor an Annual Sadie Haw- 
kins' Day Dance and participate in a 
Keyette-Key Club basketball game. 

This is Mrs. Gavin's third year as 
sponsor and Mrs. Baker's first year. 
The officers are as follows: President— 
Chrysisse Passaris, Vice-President— 
Patti Tullock, Secretary— Carolyn 
Pledger, and Treasurer— Kaye Halsey. 



62 



Y-TEEN GOALS THREE FOLD 















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1. Lindy Small, 2. Renee Hudgins, 3. Carol Addington, 4. 
Kathy Hickey, 5. Cathy Dozier, 6. Cindy Turner, 7. Debbie 
Wade, 8. Cindy Johnson, 9. Pam Verget, 10. Barbara 
Garrison, 11. Janet Wade, 12. Joann Wade, 13. Teresa 
Remicci, 14. Joanne Tench, 15. Phyllis Hardy, 16. Julie 
Fisher, 17. Sharon Williams, 18. Sarah Forbes, 19. Peggy 
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The Y-Teens of Kempsville are 
proud to say that they were the first 
service club organized. Throughout 
the years there have been changes in 
sponsors and officers, but the one 
thing that remains the same is the 
Y— Teen goal. The three Y-Teen goals 
are first, to develop good character; 
secondly, to grow in friendship with 
people of all races, religions, and na- 
tionalities; and thirdly, to grow in the 
knowledge and love of God. 

Membership is open to every girl at 
Kempsville. A Y-Teen feels broad- 
ening her circle of friends enhances 
the attainment of the three goals. 

The Y-Teens have shared the honor 
of being selected the Club of the Year 
and in previous years they have been 
recognized as the best Y-Teen club in 
the Virginia Beach area. 

Mrs. Bond has replaced Mrs. Wilson 
as sponsor. The officers for 
1969-1970 are Lindy Small, President; 
Leslie Camp, Vice-President; Melinda 
Jones, Chaplain; Cathy Dozier, Sec- 
retary; Julie Fisher, Treasurer; and 
Cathy Hickey, Historian. 



63 



TRI-HI-Y ADOPTS "CHARLIE" 




The Fidelis Tri-Hi-Y is a service 
organization whose aim is to pro- 
mote high standards of Christian 
character in the home, school and 
community. To accomplish this goal, 
the club has done many services for 
the community and the school. 

One of the principal services of 
the Tri-Hi-Y was the adoption of 
Huang Chung Haun. Due to a lang- 
uage barrier, Huang was nicknamed 
"Charlie." 

During the year, the Tri-Hi-Y 
strives for the Ace Award given for 
the outstanding club in the state. 

The club is under the supervision 
of Mrs. McArver. The officers are: 
Kathy Buscher, President; Brenda 
Musselman, Vice-President; Lori 
Thiem, Secretary; Mary Felchner, 
Treasurer; Trenace Basnight, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Charlotte 
Edwards and Cindy Domme, His- 
torians; and Beth Buscher, Sargeant- 
at-Arms. 




1. Trenace Basnight, 2. Sherry Riser, 3. Trina Bullock, 4. Carol Sykes, 

5. Mildred Taylor, 6. Lynn Tyson, 7. Margaret Fuentes, 8. Pam Gilbert, 

9. Shelly Bordelon, 10. Joann Smith, 11. Debbie Yount, 12. Alexia Kartis, 

13. Elena Hoffman, 14. Myra McCord, 15. Julia Frazier, 16. Mary 

Felchner, 17. Charlotte Edwards, 18. Monica Adcock, 19. Kathy Tierney, 

20. Pat Hendricks, 21. Debbie Aumick. 22. Cindy Domme, 23. Kathy 

Marshall, 24. Linda Wilson, 25. Kathy Buscher, 26. Nanci Barbee, 27. 

Debbie Kirby, 28. Brenda Musselman, 29. Lori Thiem, 30. Lyn Newbern, 

31. Cindy Sutton 



64 



JCS eiVE SERVICE 



The Junior Civitan Club has been a 
service club at KHS for two years. It is 
sponsored by Mrs. Mullen who is very 
enthusiastic about the club. The main 
goal of the Junior Civitan Club is to 
aid mentally retarded children, but 
they also perform other service proj- 
ects. Their other service- projects in- 
clude cleaning blackboards and desks, 
donating Thanksgiving baskets to 
needy families, and repairing old toys 
and giving them to underpriviledged 
children at a Christmas party. All the 
money the club makes goes to their 



mentally retarded fund at the end of 
the year. Some of the projects that 
provided this money were bake sales, 
the annual Car Bash, and the Teach- 
er's Tricycle Race. 

The club numbers over seventy, 
and the only membership require- 
ments are a "C" average and accep- 
tance by the membership committee. 
The club's officers this year are: Presi- 
dent— Kathy Wood, Vice-President— 
David Jordan, Secretary— Robin 
Adair, Treasurer— Don Montgomery, 
Chaplain— Janet Carroll. 





1. Randy Karn, 2. Linda Wilson, 3. Ken McDougle, 
4. Donna Sparks, 5. Jack Dawson, 6. Don IVlontgomery, 
7. Susan Smith, 8. Linda Wilcox, 9. Wanda Felts, 
10. TrJcia Brance, 11. Susan Thompson, 12. David 
Phelps, 13. Debbie Carter, 14. Robert Mandigo, 
15. Diane Sweet, 16. Kathy Wood, 17. Bill Cox, 
18. Sharon Ward, 19. Salli Robinson, 20. Jane 
Schwenley, 21. Twila Spraker, 22. Betty Lemon, 
23. Beverly Tyer, 24. Mike Nance, 25. Judy 
Titcomb, 26. Lori Durham, 27. Cathy White, 28. 
Robin Adair, 29. Patty Dawson, 30. Suzanne Lee, 31. 
Lois Hoover, 32. Debbie Yount, 33. Debbie Aumick, 
34. Janet Carroll, 35. Bill Rosenthal, 36. Leslie 
Wilmoth, 37. Mike Cronce, 38. Alan Keck, 39. Mike 
Thompson 



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MR. BRINTON SPONSORS DEBATE CLUB 



The Debate Society is part of the 
National Forensic Society and the Vir- 
ginia High School Debate League. It is 
sponsored this year by Mr. Brinton 
and guided by its officers Bruce Mil- 
ler, President; Howard Ralph, debate 
manager; and Judy Cromwell, record- 
ing secretary. 

The club has no specific require- 
ments for joining. In order to become 
a varsity member one must have 
specialized abilities including self- 
expression, organization, and power 
of logic. 

The proposition was debated 
among members of the club with 
other schools in a district meet in 
March, and a state meet later. They 
were also invited to an interstate meet 
in Tennessee. 

There are three experienced mem- 
bers of the club, two of which were 
last years varsity members, Bruce Mil- 
ler and Howard Ralph. They are also 
this years affirmative and negative 
team captains. 




1. Judy Cromwell, 2. Bruce Miller, 3. 
Howard Ralph. 4. Ricky Shiflet, 5. Mike 
Nance, 6. Richard Ralph, 7. Mark Barnett, 8. 
Sally Robinson, 9. Bill Miller, 10. Mr. Brint- 
on. 



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1. Ricky Cramer, 2. Marty Gersh. 3. Gene Riley, 4. Eddie Austin, 5. Mike Adcock, 6. Bobby Aldridge. 7. Scott Brown, 
8. Matt Fueston, 9. Doug Kight, 10, Jerry Herndon, 1 1. Danny Nelson, 12. Bobby Johnson, 13. Danny Gulp, 14. Ernie 
Salyers, 15. Linwood Woodruff, 16. Steve Mathis, 1 7. Ptiil Goodman, 18. Wesley Miller, 19. Larry Osmundson, 20. A.C. 
Matney. 21. Mike Shevock, 22. Al Lester, 23. Dale Engenbretsen, 24. Robert Weston, 25. Roger Robinson, 26. Don 
Gordon, 27. Allen Alewine, 28. Gary McCarthy, 29. Dennis Vaniot, 30. Mike Davis, 31. Jerry Lucas. 32. Kenny 
Hodges. 33. Melvin Karn. 34. Jacky Ray, 35. Robert Jordan, 36. Roy Sorey, 37. Mike Tluchak, 38. Bill Crawford. 39. 
Mark Ames. 40. David Swartzentruber. 41. Alex Hodnett. 42. Elton Rudd, 43. Aaron McCoy, 44. Elaine McCoy, 45. 
Virginia Ricks, 46. Cynthia McCoy, 47. Karen Painter, 48. Gay Parker, 49. Ivie Ingle. 50. Joy Mooney, 51. Nancy 
McFarland, 52. Gloria Keech, 53. Lynda Redman, 54. Carol Wilkerson, 55. Debbie Kirby, 56. Melissa Smithdeal, 57. 
Anna Baronet, 58. Pat Jones, 59. Linda Davis, 60. Debbie Scott, 61. Darlene Coley, 62. Cathy Jones, 63. Alice 
Fulcher, 64. Teresa Tucker. 65. Rebecca Carroll. 66. Dale Priddy, 67. Ellen Stogsdill, 68. Kathy Caputo, 69. Miss 
Schiffman, 70. Barbara Sparks, 71. Debbie Rooks. 72. Ray Davis, 73. Gail Polhamus, 74. Cathy Kennedy, 75. Mr. 
Parnell 



D.E.C.A. is Distributive Education 
Clubs of America. The motto is De- 
veloping Future Leaders for Marketing 
and Distribution. The Kempsville 
Chapter has forty associate members 
and eighty-five active members. 

This year Kempsville hosted the 
District I DECA Fall Rally. Five other 
schools attended with approximately 
four hundred students. Kempsville 
DECA won several awards at the past 
DECA Contest Meeting: Barbara 
Sparks won third place in Job Inter- 
view; Pat Jones won second place in 
Public Speaking; Susanne Faranda 
won third place in Advertising; Dale 
Priddy won third place in Sales Dem- 
onstration; Eddie Austin won first 
place in Sales Judging, and Ginger 
Agolini won second place in Sales 
Judging. The contests are to develop 
the students' proficiency in certain 
areas and to encourage professional 
growth. 

During the school year the club 
participates in many DECA activities. 
The club is made of only D.E. stu- 
dents and is co-curricular. One of the 
most important functions is the 
employer-employee banquet held in 
May to award the Kempsville DECA 
Student of the Year Award and 
Employer of the Year Award. The 
club is sponsored by, Mr. Parnell and 
Miss Schiffman. 



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CLUB TAPS OUT MORSE CODE 



The electronics club is under the 
supervision of Mr. Mullen of the in- 
dustrial arts department. The club 
was developed because interested stu- 
dents stayed after school to work on 
projects. Now, the group has as its 
president, Tom Holland and vice- 
president, Earl Wallace. They have as 
projects a demonstrating board and 
designing circuits. They are also 
learning the Morse Code. 




1. Ken Blaylock, 2. Gary 

McCarty, 3. Earl Wallace, 

4. Arthur Hymons, 5. Tom 

Holland, 6. Larry Taylor, 

7. Keith Wolfe, 8. Mike 

Katzenburger, 9. Don 

Montgomery, 10. Tony 

Savage, 11. Tom Schroeder, 

12. David Schroeder, 13. 

Pat Arnold, 14. Glenn 

Ullon, 15. Jim Keenehan 




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UNITY AMONG ATHLETES PROMOTED 





I. Larry Diaz, 2. Curtis Parks, 3. Steve Poff, 4. Randy 
Waid, 5. Jimmy Webb, 6. David Storey, 7. Steve Dunstan, 
8. Greg Doloresco, 9. Lester Thomas, 10. John Snowden, 

I I. J uh us Hurdle, 12. Oscar Richardson, 13. Rex 
Springston, 14. Ray Funderburk, 15. Mike Teagle, 15. 
Frank Ratliff, 17. Denis Powers, 18. Doug Foreman, 
19. Mike Calhoun, 20. Mike Young, 21. Gilbert O'Neal, 
22. Steve Gilbert, 23. Buren Lowry, 24. Mel Ruperti, 
25. Phil Grochmal, 26 Doug Neisz, 27. Randall Lackey, 
28. Mike Olson, 29. Bud Hooper, 30. Mike Taylor, 31. 
Kent Heintzelman, 32. Don Hauck, 33. Bill Paschall, 34. 
Bob Gerlock, 35. Dino Deaton, 36. Jack Carroll, 37. 
Jerry Roberts, 38. Lee Edmunds, 39. MikeShea,40. Bill 
White, 41. Gerry Herndon, 42. Robert Russell, 43. Harry 
Meade, 44. Jimmy Martin, 45. Jimmy Hill, 46. Rick 
Scarper, 47. Kenny Mills, 48. Jerry Inge, 49. Chuck 
Smith, 50. Mike Billari,51. Vernon King, 52. Bill 
Melton, 53. Mike Young 



To promote brotherhood among 
athletes is the aim of the varsity club. 
The club has a membership of almost 
fifty athletes. These boys must earn a 
varsity letter and be approved by the 
club for membership. The club has 
sponsored a dance and a basketball 
game this year. Mr. Moon is sponsor- 



ing-this group for a second time. 

The officers are: Jim Webb— Presi- 
dent; Dwight Mitchum, Vice- 
President: Mike Olsen— Secretary; 
Lester Thomas-Treasurer; and David 
Storey and Steve Poff— Sergeants-at- 
Arms. 



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PEP CLUB BUILDS SPIRIT 




The Pep Club, the spirit organiza- 
tion of Kempsville High School, is in 
its third year of existence. Mrs. Bond, 
for her first year, sponsors the club. 
Projects such as decorating the goal 
posts at home football games, cleaning 
up the stadium after games, sponsor- 
ing a spirit week, and constructing a 
spirit chain outline the Pep Club's act- 
ive year. 

All members have matching uni- 
forms which are worn on school color 
days and at various sports activities. 
There are approximately eighty Pep 
Club members. 

Ginger Holson is President, Valerie 
Hasle is Vice-President, Lisa Wilson is 
Secretary, and Patti Jones is Treas- 
urer. 




L.Patti Jones, 2. Ginger Hobson, 3. Valerie Hasle, 4. Becky Dodd, 5. Lisa 
Wilson, 6. Karen Dodd, 7. Debbie Davis, 8. Janet Cooper, 9. Elaine Cohoon, 10. 
Shirley Paynter, 1 1. Karen Ranson, 12. Jill Davis, 13. Diane Maynard, 14 .Cheri 
Boyd, 15. Jeanette Abbot, 16. Donna Dudley, 17. Margaret Keys, 18. Brenda 
Funk, 19. Donna Smith, 20. Debbie Sams, 21. Rosemary Parks, 22. Elaine Daws, 
23. Sharon Conway, 24. Terry Rimarski, 25. Rochelle Pinson, 26, Susan Smith, 
27. Carolyn Tyson, 28. Betty Lemon, 29. Joy Davis, 30. Pat Stevens, 31. Debbie 
West, 32. Linda Conwell, 33. Joan Preddy, 34. Teresa Adams, 35. Debbie Fiore, 
36. Cathy O'Hara, 37. Duane Ringer, 38. Gwenneth Lackey, 39. Nancy Neal, 40. 
Jeri Neal. 



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BAND MARCHES ON 




Sharon Akers 
Gall Anderson 
Judy Bateman 
David Berry 
Kenny Blaylock 
Mike Blount 
Rick Brace 
Bernie Breen 
Marcia Briden 
Kent Brinkley 
Sonny Bryant 
Maxine Burkett 
Carolyn Carter 
John Chudacek 
Walter Chowes 
Pat Coffman 
Jack Dawson 
Richard Day 
Ricky Dildy 
John Doran 
Tom DuBois 
Linda Edmunds 
Richard Fisher 
Dorothy Freeman 
Doug Harrell 
Peggy Heath 
Joy Hewitt 
Larry Hill 
Cecil Hoffman 
Steve Horton 
June James 
Pat Jones 



Toni Knight 
Gary Knowles' 
Donald Lewis 
Charles Libick 
Carolyn Little 
Larry Liverman 
Frank Lupton 
Rudy Mackey 
Bruce Miller 
Glen Moore 
Mile Morrisett 
Gary Morris 
Bruce Mckinney 
Mike Nance 
Karen Parham 
Billy Peterson 
Alan Reed 
Winfred Rhoades 
Jerry Roberts 
Roger Robinson 
Sally Shimandle 
Mike Smith 
Jamie Snyder 
Randy Spangler 
Earl Stanton 
Mel Stauffer 
Patti Talmage 
Tommy Urso 
Bill White 
Timmy White 
Sherril Williamson 
Willaim Zielske 



Rudy Mackey — Drum Major 













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CHRISTMAS CONCERT ADDS SPIRIT 





Left to right: Billy Peterson, Mike Morrissett, June James, Pat Jones, 
Dorothy Freeman, Alan Reed. 



All Regional Band- 
andle. Back row, 
Chudacek. 



Front row, l-r: June James, Sally Shlm- 
l-r: Richard Day, Mike Smith, John 



The Kempsville High School Band 
boasts many honors this year. Among 
them are All Regional Band winners, 
Sally Schimandle, June James, John 
Chudacek, Mike Smith, and Richard 
Day. The band has served as a vital part 
to our school. The effort of these stu- 
dents and their director, Jerry Cole is 
endless. They marched and played for 
football half-times, as well as many 
other activities for the school. 

The major highlights this year in- 
clude a beautiful Christmas concert 
and a spring concert. What a tireless, 
dedicated organization they have 
been. 




Left to right: Richard Day, Claude Hall, Jack Dawson, Jerry Roberts, Mike Crockford, 
John Chudacek, Bill Wernick. 




Front row, !-r: Karl Bliese, Larry Liverman, Charles Libick, William 
Zielske, Tom Dugois, Donald Lewis, Cecile Hoffman, Rick Brace. 
Back row, l-r: Gary Morris, Richard Fisher, Larry Hill, Steve Horton, 
Mike Dixon, Mike Nance. 



Front row, l-r: Bernie Breen, Bill White, Randy Spangler, Sally 
Shimandle, Patti Talmale, Tommy Urso. Back row: Kenny Blay- 
lock, Doug Harrel, Gary Knowles, Frank Lupton, Toni Knight, 
Carolyn Little. 



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Left to right: John Disney, Roger Robinson, Bruce Miller, Allen Reed. 




Left to right: Sharon Akers, Pat Coffnnan, Jamie Snyder, 
Maxine Burkett, Mel Stauffer, Dorothy Freeman, Mike 
Smith. 





Left to right: Winfred Rhoades, Bill Pezella, Art Bulman, Bruce Mc- 
Kinney, John Doran, Tim White, Gail Anderson, Kent Brinkley. 



Left to right: Carolyn Carter, Ricky Brace, Glen Moore, 
Rudy Mackey. 




Back row, l-r: Linda Edmunds, Peggy Heath, Joy Hewett, Gail Anderson, Karen Parham, 
Judy Bateman, Marcia Briden. Front row, l-r: Sherrill Williamson, Sharon Akers. 



Sharon Akers, Head Majorette. 

For four years, the majorettes have 
been led by Sharon Akers as head ma- 
jorette. This year Mrs. Hellstrom has 
served as supervisor for these girls. 
They have worked very closely with 
the marching band. With skill, they 
have executed many performances 
during half-times at football games 
and in parades. 



SOLOISTS WIN REGIONAL ACCLAIM 



Seated: Dorothy Clark, Debbie 
Jones, Carol Hunt. First row, l-r: 
Joan Grady, Twila Spraker, Pat- 
ricia Flanigan, Eileen Robinson, 
Donna Dudley, Ceil Kirby. Sec- 
ond row: Jerry Fulcher, John 
Ramirez, John Disney. 





First row, l-r: Babs Meadow, Ceil Kirby, Rosemary Parks, Deborah 
Keck, Shirley Davis, Gloria Bright, Debbie Barco, Valerie Hasle, 
Nancy Fogle, Suzi Sregney, Maureen McDowell, Ruthie Skinner, 
Sandy Staylor. Second row: Jackie Nelson, Judy Pickham, Cathy 
McNamara, Penny Schmidt, Debbie Loudy, Gladys Johnson, 
Lynette Copeland, Dena Myers, Ellen Stogsdill, Renee Van- 
Landingham, Judy Titcomb, Debbie McGowan, Jeff Calevas, 
Brenda Smith, Myra Dean. Third row: Wanda Murphy, Beverly 
Stewart, Annie Harris, Wanda Semons, Debbie Hudson, Anita 



Phillips, Pat Lang, Susan McLane, Debbie Carter, Dorothy Clark, 
Cindy Tall, Carolyn Ferrell, Mary Cooper, Delois Perkins, Carolyn 
Tyson, Barbara York, Robin Moss, Sue Newsome, Martha O'Neil, 
Donna Krahenbill, Janet Williams. Fourth row: Sandra Morris, 
Delane Billari, Margie Morphis, Robin French, Lynn Tyson, Janie 
Hewitt, Ruth Harris, Dale Stevens, Margie Vanderslice, Patricia 
Flanigan, Qwen Kendrick, Mary Ellen Williams, Ainslee Baker, 
Donna Dudley. 



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Cindy, Patricia, and Joy try laughing and singing at 
the same time. 



First row, l-r: Beth Hickman, Vicky Gambill, Lynn Hunt, Cindy 
Sutton, Judy Titcomb, Judy Bateman. Second row: Marie Clark, 
Karen Parham, Steve Dunstan, Andy Anderson, Patrick Arnold, Twila 
Spraker, Debbie Jones. Third row: Terri Michela, Joan Grady, John 
Disney, John Ramirez, Randy Waid, Rodney Haynes, Eileen 
Robinson, Carol Hunt. Fourth row: Stephanie Lipinski, Joy 
Hewett, Vernon King, Roger Lee, Steve King, Jerry Fulcher, 
Patricia Flanigan, Carol Skiles. 



Mr. Sawyer's chorus has been a de- 
light for our school. It is one of the 
largest organizations at Kempsville 
and also, a most industrious one. 

The repertoire of the chorus is vast. 
It ranges from the latest hit tunes to 
the elegance of classical music. 

There were three concerts pre- 
sented by the chorus for the general 
public this year. One program was 
held at Christmas, one in mid-winter, 
and the other in the Spring. 

The Acapella chorus consists of 
thirty-seven talented students. The 
girls concert chorus is the largest 
group having eighty-nine members. 

The Eastern Regional All-State 
winners this year were: Joan Grady, 
Dorothy Clark, Patricia Flanigan, Ceil 
Kirby, Donna Dudley, Carol Hunt, 
Debbie Jones, Eileen Robinson, John 
Disney, John Ramirez, Jerry Fulcher, 
and Ike Hatcher. 



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eiRLS MARCH IN OYSTER BOWL 



The drill team, under the guidance of Mrs. Stephenson, 
and the leadership of Denise Seitz and Deanna Carroll, co- 
captains, has led an eventful year. 

This group has marched with the band in pre-game per- 
formance and during football half-times throughout the year. 
In addition to these performances, the drill team has high- 
lighted its year by marching in the Oyster Bowl Parade, The 
Armistice Day Parade, the Azalea Parade, and the Christmas 
Parade in Rich Square, North Carolina. 





1. Denise Seitz, 2. JoAnn 

Tench, 3. Beth 

Benjaminson, 4. Carol 

Lewis, 5. Sharon Paul, 

6. Joanne Childers, 

7. Debbie Stinnett, 
8. Charlene Covington, 

9. Kathy Kennedy, 

10. Linda Small, 

1 1. Deanna Caroll, 

12. JoAnn Johnson, 13. 

Carol Morton, 14. Cindy 

Martin, 15. Nancy Barbae, 

16. Dale Priddy, 17. 

Jeanne Youst, 18. Jenny 

Meredith, 19. Sue Sharpe, 

20. Debbie Bowman, 21. 

Debbie Kight, 22. Lisa 

Edwards, 23. Tory Ehle 



Deanna Carroll and Denise Seitz, co-captains. 




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1. Dana Head, 2. Helen Shelters, 3. Nelgene Wilson, 4. Barbara Johnson, 5. Janis 
Bagnall, 6. Charlotte Edwards, 7. Joy Davis, 8. Edie VanAustin, 9. Patty Cressman, 
10. Terri Goodwin, 11. Gail Crunk, 12. Cathy Hillegas, 13. Kathy Marshall, 14. 
Ainslie Baker, 15. Beth Wernick, 16. Cindy Johnson, 17. Pam Moore, 18. Connie 
Brannon, 19. Sue Grimsley, 20. Deanna Carroll, 21. Tory Ahle, 22. Lisa Edwards, 23. 
Denise Seitz. 



Pass in review for the drill team. 



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Drill team and band combine to make 
merry-go-round. 




Band plays while queen and court circle the field. 




Denise keeps team in step. 



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J.V. CHEERLEADERS INSTILL SPIRIT 




In addition to cheering for JV foot- 
ball and basketball games, and wrest- 
ling matches, the JV cheerleaders 
assisted the Varsity cheerleaders. 
These energetic girls performed at pep 
rallies and led cheers from the stands 
during football games. 

Co-captained by Becky Matthews 
and Debbie Forehand, the girls spent 
numerous hours in practice. The 
squad is sponsored by Miss Moseley. 



Co-captains: Debbie Forehand and Becky Matthews 





1. Becky Matthews 

2. Debbie Forehand 

3. Kim Lanfianchi 

4. Janis Bagnall 

5. Joan Grady 

5. Becky Beamon 

7. Mary Domme 

8. Sherry Underwood 

9. Terri Annas 



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PEP RALLIES-UNIQUE AND ENTERTAINING 




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Kempsville High School's Varsity 
Cheerleading Squad consists of ten 
girls sponsored by Mrs. Robin Partin. 
These ten are selected annually by a 
panel of judges on their cheering abil- 
ity, personality, and character. Their 
goal is obvious— to promote spirit 
throughout our entire school by 
cheering at pep rallies, football and 
basketball games, and at wrestling 
matches. They stay busy hanging ban- 
ners, planning bonfires, and other 
spirit activities such as serving the 
Chiefs refreshments on the mornings 
of our games. 






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Where is Leslie? 



Gayle Owens 











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LIBRARY HELPERS WORK IN QUIET 




Library assistants were chosen to 
help keep the library in efficient 
order. One of the first jobs to be done 
is that of checking students into the 
library. They also assist in other tasks 
such as shelving books, replacing book 
covers, filing cards, checking books 
out, <ind having the daily newspaper 
and weekly editions of magazines in 
the library on time. 

The three librarians work very 
closely with the library helpers to 
cultivate a good library with a large 
variety of books.' 




1. Linda Hitchings, 2. Holly Kellogg, 3. Susan Sanderlin, 4. 

Sharon Ward, 5. Joan Preddy, 6. Debbie Ewald, 7. Sue Ryan, 

8. Barbara Reed, 9. Judy Pinkham, 10. Pam WIngrove, 1 1. 

Robin Adair, 12. Nadine Robare, 13. Terri Goodwin, 14. 

Janice Perkinson, 15. Billie Whitehurst, 16. Stella Taylor, 

17. Jennifer Whitaker, 18. Cindy Tall, 19. Monica Adcock, 

20. Terry Savage, 21. Cathy White" 



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Office helpers are persons who 
spend their study hall period assisting 
secretaries, teachers, and administra- 
tors in office work. They do such odd 
jobs as running errands, typing letters, 
sorting mail, and running off tests. 



OFFICE HELPERS ASSIST SECRETARIES 




1. Debbie McNulty 

2. Lynette Copeland 

3. Suellen McNulty 

4. Linda Wilson 

5. Nanci Barbee 

6. Cathy Godwin 

7. Janet Carroll 

8. Debbie Jones 

9. Mary Felchner 

10. Barbara Garrison 

1 1. Janice Windley 

12. Robin Roughton 

13. Mary Gibson 

14. Glynnis Dorton 

15. Terry Goffrier 

16. Patsy Saul 

17. Carolyn Pledger 



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NURSE GIVEN ASSISTANCE 




1. Barbara Gibson 

2. Melanie Hughes 




Mrs. Poff has very active clinic 
assistants this year. These students 
have been responsible for the daily 
attendance cards. In addition to this, 
they administer aid to sick students 
when Mrs. Poff has to be out of the 
clinic. It is felt that the helpers receive 
valuable experience through their ser- 
vice to the school nurse and the stu- 
dents. 



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STUDENTS ASSIST IN CAFETERIA 





The cafeteria helpers serve the 
school in one of those many behind- 
the-scene jobs. These are students who 
spend their free period working in the 
cafeteria. The jobs are varied from 
working behind the lines to straighten- 
ing up the cafeteria after lunch. They 
certainly are a necessity to Mrs. Cari- 
thers and her staff. 



Front row, l-r: James Huntzinger, John Bates. Laura Winters, Cathy 
Gordon. Second row, l-r: John Wall, Joey Ramsey, Dennis Middleton, 
Jerry Brown, Bill Smith. 



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A/SNDINe? MENTALLY, EMOTIONALLY ANI 
PHYSICALLY. THERE IS SUCH A NEED FOFI 

'■n EFFORT IN PLAYING. WINNING, LOSING 
CALL IT EVEN ON A FEW BUT PLAYING JUS! 
THE SAME. AT TIMES IT BECOMES NOT SC 
MUCH A GAME AS A BATTLE. TOO STRONG 

i 

MIGHT BE THE WINNING DESIRE, YET WHAT Oil 



DIFFERENCE OR TOO LITTLE DESIRE. THERE 
JUST A FINE LINE'S DIFFERENCE IN REALL> 

I^RING BETWEEN PLAYING AND FIGHTING 
HERE IS LEARNING HERE OF A VALUABLE 
ND - THAT WHICH COMES FROM EXPERIENCE 
IT MAKES AN IMPRESSION ON THE MIND ANC 




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METIMES ON THE BODY. LEARNING TO Wl^ 



AND THIS IS HARD, LEARNING TO LOSE, IS I 

HARDER? BEING DILIGENT THE ENTIR 

i 

QUARTER, MINUTE, OR MATCH . . . THERE IS A 

PLACE FOR UNWINDING, IT MUST BE GIVING 

ALL YOU HAVE, MOLDING A FUTURE PERHAPS 



VERSATILITY CHARACTERISTIC OF 




Jack Weller 



88 



KHS COACHES 




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Ray Barlow 




Bob Braun 





The coaches at Kempsville High 
School work to build winning teams, 
but more important, they strive for 
sportsmanship, character and in- 
dividual achievement for the young 
men and women they train. 

Headed by Tracy Moon, they show 
a great amount of versatility, in that 
they usually contribute their know- 
ledge to more than one sport. The 
Chief's Varsity Football team is under 
the leadership of Tracy Moon, with 
Ray Barlow, Steve Parker, and Jay 
McDuffie as assistant coaches. Mr. 
Barlow heads Varsity Baseball, Mr. 
Parker, Varsity Basketball, and Mr. 
Armand Taylor heads Varsity Wrest- 
ling. KHS'sSpripg, Cross Country, and 
Indoor Track teams are under the 
direction of Don DeSarro and Jack 
Weller, with Mr. Weller doubling as 
Boys Gymnastics coach. Miss Dale 
Compton, the only woman coaching 
at KHS is in charge of both Hockey 
and Girls Gymnastics. Mr. Bob Braun 
coaches our golf teams. 

Just as important are the Junior 
Varsity coaches which include: Bill 
Roughton, football and basketball. 
Jay McDuffie, wrestling, and Lou 
Sawyer, baseball and football. 



Bill Roughton 



Don DeSarro 




Dale Compton 



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The 1969-70 Varsity Football team 
consisted of approximately 41 boys, 
ranging from the sophomore to senior 
levels. On August 15, their rugged and 
tiring weeks of summer practice began 
and were usually held twice a day. In 
burning temperatures they worked to- 
gether to create a team soon to be 
ready for Eastern District compe- 
tition. 

The entire student body was enthu- 
siastic on the day of our first game, 
played against Lake Taylor at Fore- 
man Field. Although defeated that 
day on the scoreboard, the Chiefs 
were not defeated in spirit for they 
made Kempsville's first home game of 
the season a memorable one by romp- 
ing Norfolk Catholic 33 to 0. The 
most exciting game of the season 
came on October 24, when we played 
our biggest rival. Princess Anne High 
School. 



KEMPSVILLE UPSETS 





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Larry Diaz eludes tackle on way to goal line. 




First row, I. to r.— Bob Gerlock, Mike Olson, Bob Catlin, Ray Funderburk, Randy Waid. Steve Poff, Dwight Mitchum, Jimmy Webb, Larry 
Diaz, Frank Ratliff, Lester Thomas, Bud Hooper. Paul Ross, Greg Doloresco, Steve Gilbert. Second row— Dwight McCoy, John Smith, 
Jimmy Wright, Ricky Mariani, Gerry Herndon, Kenny Mills, Mike Shea, John Reeves, Oscar Richardson, Robert Russell, Jimmie Cook, 
David Storey, Steve Dunstan, Jim Hill. Third row— Ricky Deglow, Lee Edmunds, Mike Young, Steve King, John Baynor, Robert Taylor, 
Jerry Inge, Arthur Hymons, Don Hauck. Rick Scarper, Bill Paschall, Julius Hurdle, Mike Lyie.; 



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P.A.'S HOMECOMING 12-6! 




The coin is tossed and the game begins. 



Dwight Mitchunn plows through for another first down. 




Kempsvi 


le 


12 


Lake Taylor 


21 


Kempsvi 


le 


33 


Norfolk Catholic 





Kempsvi 


le 


8 


Kellam 


24 


Kempsvi 


le 





Maury 


58 


Kempsvi 


le 


6 


Cox 


8 


Kempsvi 


le 


12 


Princess Anne 


6 


Kempsvi 


le 


14 


Indian River 


42 


Kempsvi 


le 


20 


Norview 


47 


Kempsvi 


le 


38 


Bayside 


6 



Steve Poff reverses field to avoid tackier. 




Coach Barlow discusses strategy with 
Steve Poff. 



Co-captains Jimmy Webb and Dwight 
Mitchum. 




CHIEFS END SEASON 





Lester Thomas, end. 



Larry Diaz, back. 



Steve Poff, back. 



The mighty Chiefs displayed their 
playing abilities as they upset P.A.'s 
homecoming 12 to 5. The Cox game 
was close and KHS was defeated, but 
by only 2 points. The Chiefs finished 
the season with a 38 to 6 victory 
over Bayside. 

Five seniors and one junior, were 
chosen as the most outstanding 
players of the team. Frank Ratliff, a 
senior and center on the team, re- 



ceived the sportsmanship award. This 
award is given to a member who dis- 
plays the most sportsman-like con- 
duct toward the team, opponents, 
and to the game. Defensive end, 
Jimmy Webb, earned the title of 
most outstanding defensive lineman 
and linebacker, David Storey, a ju- 
nior, won the honor of most out- 
standing defensive back. 



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•."* On fourth down Kempsville is 
forced to punt. 



WITH A 3-7 RECORD 




Frank Ratliff, center. 



The Chiefs break from huddle. 




Jimmy Webb, end. 




Dwight Mitchum, back. 



Randy Waid, end. 



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Bud Hooper 
tackle 



Steve Gilbert 
tackle 



Bill Harris 
end 



Paul Ross 
end 



VARSITY PLAYERS HONORED 




Quarterback Mike Shea, after dropping back, looks for open receivers. 



Dwight McCoy, back. 



Randy Waid is pulled down after in- 
tercepting Bayside pass. 




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Larry Diaz runs wide to avoid Maury defender 

AT SPORTS BANQU 



Lester Thomas, end, received the 
honor of most outstanding offensive 
lineman, and Dwight Mitchum plowed 
through to earn himself the most out- 
standing offensive back award. Playing 
offensively and defensively and scor- 
ing in a majority of our games brought 
halfback Larry Diaz, the most coveted 
of awards, that of most valuable play- 
er. 

The Chiefs were under the leader- 
ships of Head coach Tracy Moon and 
assistant coaches, Ray Barlow, Steve 
Parker, and Jay McDuffie. Seniors, 
Jimmy Webb and Dwight Mitchum 
were chosen by the team as their cap- 
tains, with David Sullivan, Herbert 
Scranton, and Mike Lyie working as 
their managers. 





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Greg Doloresco 
tackle 



Bob Gerlock 
tackle 



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Mike Olson 
linebacker 




Ray Funderburk 
tackle 




David Sullivan, Herbert Scranton, and Mike LyIe, managers. 



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K.H.S. BEATS 













First row, l-r: Randy Waid, Ronell Nichols. Second row: Jerry iVlcCoy, John Snowden, Phil Grochmal, Vernon King, "Dino" Deaton, 
Coach Parker, Jeff Bryan, Harry Taylor, Tim Saunders, John Reeves, Mike Hickman. 

The Kempsville High School bas- 
ketball team entered the 69-70 sea- 
son with high hopes of a winning sea- 
son, but due to injuries to key per- 
sonnel, the Chiefs suffered a very dis- 
appointing one. 

The Chiefs did appear as though 
they were on their way to a winning 
season after their 85-71 romp over the 
Norfolk Catholic Crusaders. Ronell 
Nichols led the Chiefs in scoring with 
his career high of 26 points. But again 
injuries slowed the Chiefs down. They 
entered their Christmas break with a 
2-4 record. 



Captains: 
Nichols 



Randy Waid and Ronell 




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LAKE TAYLOR IN OVERTIME 




Jeff Bryan claims jump-ball from Norfolk Cath- 
olic. 



Coach Parker instructs the Chiefs during time-out. 




Vernon King 



Randy Waid 



Tim Saunders 



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INJURIES HANDICAP TEAM 



Kempsville 


44 


Princess Anne 


82 


Kempsville 


38 


Bayside 


36 


Kempsville 


54 


First Colonial 


76 


Kempsville 


85 


Norfolk Catholic 


71 


Kempsville 


63 


Kellam 


68 


Kempsville 


62 


Cox 


85 


Kempsville 


51 


Booker T. 


80 


Kempsville 


56 


Bayside 


62 


Kempsville 


60 


Norfolk Catholic 


81 


Kempsville 


51 


Granby 


61 


Kempsville 


62 


Cox 


92 


Kempsville 


64 


First Colonial 


77 


Kempsville 


57 


Maury 


94 


Kempsville 


69 


Kellam 


87 


Kempsville 


56 


Norview 


58 


Kempsville 


77 


Lake Taylor 


75 


Kempsville 


63 


Princess Anne 


102 









11 


1 



Phil Grochmal 




Tension builds as Vernon King takes a foul shot. 



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In January, Eastern District com- 
petition began as tlie Chiefs faced the 
powerful Booker T. They played ad- 
mirably, but went down to the hands 
of defeat. The game that seemed to 
break the Chiefs' spirit was their sur- 
prising loss to Bayside. Victory was 
finally seen when we played Lake 
Taylor. In overtime the Titians were 
defeated as Randy Waid's foul shoot- 
ing provided the difference in the 
game. 




'Dino" Deaton dunks the ball. 



Ronell Nichols eludes Norfolk Catholic de- 
fender. 




Ronell Nichols 



John Reeves 



John Snowden 



99 





Managers-Dwain Ringer and Arthur Riddick 



Vernon King shoots for two points 



GROCHMAL TOP SCORER FOR KHS 




Mike Hickman 



Jerry McCoy 



Harry Taylor 



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'Dino" Deaton scores for KHS 



This year KHS's leading scorers 
were Phil Grochmal, Randy Waid, and 
Ronell Nichols respectively. Looking 
to next year the Chiefs will be lead by 
returning lettermen Jerry McCoy, 
John Reeves, and J.V. star Bill 
Paschall. 

Hard work and determination was 
inspired by Coach Steve Parker, with 
Arthur Riddick and Dwain Ringer as 
managers for the team. The boys 
chose Randy Waid and Ronell Nichols 
as their captains for the 1970 season. 




The 69-70 Chiefs 



101 



VARSITY WRESTLERS 
THIRD IN DISTRICT 

The 1970 Wrestling team entered 

the new season with spirit and 

determination to win. Their hopes 

were not faultered as they defeated 

Western Branch 35-1 1 at their first 

match. They went on for two more 

victories over Norview and Kellam 

before they reached their first 

defeat by Cox High School. The 

Chiefs were not discouraged for 

they came back to beat Norfolk 

Academy, only to be beaten again 

themselves in their next match 

against Granby. Still the boys' 

spirit was not taken, the Chiefs 

defeated every team they matched 

for the rest of the season, making 

them third in Eastern District. 




Mike Carter 




First row, l-r: Bill White, John Lankford, Jack Carroll, Mike Carter, Kenny Mills, Lee Ewell, Bill Melton, Mitch Pitts. Second row, l-r: 
Coach Jay McDuffie, Jack Revell, Rex Springston, Bill Harris, Rick Scarper, Jim Cook, David Storey, Oscar Richardson, Steve Gilbert, 
Harry Meade, Robert Russell, Coach Taylor. 



102 




Close to pinning a Titan 





Kempsvi 


le 


35 


Western Branch 


11 


Kempsvi 


le 


29 


Norview 


20 


Kempsvi 


le 


32 


Kellam 


13 


Kempsvi 


le 


11 


Cox 


31 


Kempsvi 


le 


28 


Norfolk Academy 


16 


Kempsvi 


le 


6 


Granby 


46 


Kempsvi 


le 


37 


Indian River 


11 


Kempsvi 


le 


24 


Bayside 


23 


Kempsvi 


le 


41 


Princess Anne 


2 


Kempsvi 


le 


32 


Maury 


16 


Kempsvi 


le 


25 


Churchland 


21 


Kempsvi 


le 


22 


Lake Taylor 


18 



Bill Melton 



Bill Hams 






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Captains: Mike Carter, Lee 
Ewell, Rex Springston 



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Half-Nelson counts for three. 



MIKE CARTER OUTSTANDING MATMAN 




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Steve Gilbert 



Harry Meade 



Rex Springston 



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Such victories inelped ready the 
boys for the Eastern District Tourna- 
ment, in which Kempsville High 
School placed fourth. From the tourn- 
ament, it was determined that eight of 
the teams members would be eligible 
to attend Regionals which leads to 
State Competition. 

Among our strongest wrestlers are 
Mike Carter and Oscar Richardson, 
who finished the season with a 11-1 
and 10-1-1 record respectively. The 
team is coached by Armand Taylor, 
with Jack Revell as manager. 

Lee Ewell 




LakeTaylor bridges to no avail. 




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Jack Revell, Manager 



105 



FIRST VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM 



The 1968-69 Baseball team at Kempsville High School 
opened It's first varsity season with a 6-1-7 record. Playing 
experienced and successful teams, the Chiefs made a good 
showing against their competitors. The first game of the year 
brought KHS a 6-4 victory over First Colonial, then they' 
went on to tie Princess Anne 4-4. The Chiefs defeated Cox 
High School twice and also proclaimed victories over Norview 
and Booker T. Washington. 

Under the strong leadership of Coach Ray Barlow, the 
boys developed their abilities to form a skillful and ambitious 
team. The entire group worked together with constant prac- 
tice and all exemplified their compatibility to play effectively 
at our games. Randy Waid played hard and well enough to 
earn himself the honor of most outstanding pitcher and 
shortstop, Phil Grochmal, gained the deserved title of most 
outstanding fielder. Catcher, Steve Poff, proved to be the 
most outstanding hitter of the team. 




Safe at first! 




1. to r. Bill Paschall, Don Hauck, Mel Ruperti, Rick Scarper, Kent Heintzelman, Mike Olson, Phil Grochmal, Steve Poff, Gilbert O'Neal, 
Steve Gilbert, Dwight Mitchem, Randy Waid, Vernon King. 



106 



ENDS SEASON WITH 6-1 



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Kempsville 


6 


First Colonial 


4 


Kempsvil 


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3 


Lake Taylor 


13^ 


Kempsville 


4 


Princess Anne 


4 


Kempsvil 


le 





Princess Anne 


1 


Kempsville 


7 


Cox 


3 


Kempsvil 


le 





Gran by 


1 


Kempsville 





Kellam 


1 


Kempsvil 


le 


11 


B.T. Washington 


1 


Kempsville 


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First Colonial 


2 


Kempsvil 


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2 


Bayside 


8 


Kempsville 





Kellam 


1 


Kempsvil 


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6 


Cox 


4 


Kempsville 


8 


Norview 


1 


Kempsvil 


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3 


Maury 


9 




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Steve Poff— Catcher 



Phil Grochmal— Shortstop 



Randy Waid— Pitcher 



107 



VARSITY eOLF TEAM PLACES FIRST 
IN EASTERN REGIONAL TOURNAMENT 



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L-r: Mr. Hill, Tim Saunders, Robert Woods, Coach Braun, Mark Hill, Rick Smith 



108 




Rick Smith 



Coached by Mr. Braun, the golf 
team finished the Eastern District sea- 
son with an outstanding record of 9-1. 
The team placed third in the city tour- 
nament and second in the Eastern Dis- 
trict tournament. Such skill enabled 
them to take first place in the Eastern 
Regional Tournament. Upon placing 
first in the region they went on to rep- 
resent Kempsville in State com- 
petition. Their efforts placed the team 
second in the state. 

The boys finished with Rick Smith 
leading with an average of 73 and 
Mark Hill followed with a 75 average. 
Tim Saunders and Robert Woods 
ended the season with a 77 average. 





Tim Saunders 



Mark Hill 



109 



ATHLETES DEVELOP TRACK SKILLS 




Chris Sanderson practices for upcoming competition. 




Harold Diaz 



The Spring Track team for 1969 
was under the supervision of Coach 
DeSarro and Coach Weller. 

The team consisted of students 
skilled in pole vaulting, relay, hurd- 
ling, and other track events. 

The year was not an easy one for 
the team because of the lack of exper- 
ience. Yet, they won the meet with 
Granby High School. This was, of 
course, the highlight of the year for 
the team. Larry Diaz was recognized 
as the most valuable member of the 
team. 




Relay team; Dwight McCoy, Larry Diaz, Doug Foreman, and Ricky Quartucci. 



110 



IN SPRING TRACK 

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Pole vaulter, Jimmy Webb. 





Sprinter, Larry Diaz, readies himself for track meet. 




Jerry Deglow throws discus, as Doug Foreman and Chris Sanderson look on. 



Bud Hooper heaves shot-put as two team mates 
watch. 



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LARRY DIAZ WAS 
OUTSTANDING TRACKMAN FOR 69 




First row, l-r: Mike Billari, Larry Diaz, Scott Daniels, Jim Martin, Mike Mills, Harold Diaz, Don Jackson, Bob Lemon, Mike Boyd. Second 
row: Coach Weller, Doug Foreman, Lee Edmunds, Mike McDaniel, Rick Quartucci, Dwight McCoy, Ross Fulcher, Jim Shannon, John 
Revees, Earl Stanton. Third row: Harry Hall, Mark Francis, Jerry Deglow, Chris Sanderson, Jim Webb, Steve Mitchell, Jerry Fulcher, Bruce 
McKinney, Chuck Smith, Jerry Nuckols, Randy Lackey. 



112 



CROSS COUNTRY HAS WINNING SEASON 




First row, l-r: Randall Lackey, Curtis Parks, Jeff Patterson, Gerald Knuckles. Second row: Earl Stanton, Mike Fisher, Mike Boyd, Bruce 
McKinney. Third row: Richard Ralph, Mike Billari, Howard Ralph. 



The Cross Country Track team of 
Kempsville High had a very successful 
season this year. These boys spent 
weeks conditioning in order to be 
ready for the long distance running 
required of them in competition. The 
team is under the leadership of Coach 
Don DeSarro. 



113 



INDOOR TRACKMEN 

GAIN EXPERIENCE 

THROUGH COMPETITION 




Lee Edmunds 




First row, l-r: Earl Stanton, Curtis Parks, John Smith, Randall Lackey, Larry Diaz, Julis Hurdle, Jim Cook. Seiond low, l-r: Coach 
DeSarro, Mike Fisher, IVIike Boyd, Bruce McKinney, Mike Billari, Artie Bulman, Don Jackson, Harry Hall. Third row, l-r: Jeff Patterson, 
Gerold Nuckols, Richard Ralph, Willie George, Robert Fleming, Fred Brewer, Lee Edmunds. Fourth row, l-r: Jimmy Martin, Howard 
Ralph, Jerry Inge, Chuck Smith, Jim Shannon, Dwight McCoy. 

114 




Julis Hurdle 



Larry Diaz 




Harry Hall, Jerry Inge 




Although the 1970 season may not 
have been a successful one for the In- 
door Track Team numerically, it was 
successful in other aspects. Each of 
these boys gained experience as well as 
an understanding of the spirit of comp- 
etition. The team was under the dir- 
ection of Coach Don DeSarro. 



Jim Shannon 



115 




First row, l-r: Ross Fulcher, Hank Turner, Jerry Herndon, Jim Teets, Phil Perry, Rick Haddock, Steve Johnson. Second 
row: Coach Weller, Dave McKay, Tim White, Larry DuBois, Jerry Fulcher, John Johnson, Jerry Picard, Clay Curling, Denis 
Powers. Third row: Larry Taylor, Mike Nordberg, Kirt Kamrad, Mike McDaniel, Gary Ward, Dean Griffin. Not pictured: 
Don Dozier, Bob Davis. 

eVMNISTS HOLD BEST EASTERN 




Phil Perry exhibits scale. 




Jerry Herndon demonstrates trampoline 
techniques. 



116 



DISTRICT RECORD 




Steve Johnson on horizontal bar. 





Ross Fulcher practices even-parallel bar stunts. 

The 1970 Boy's Gymnastics team has 
made the students of Kempsville High 
very proud. They have done an 
outstanding job, one that has earned them 
the best Eastern District record. 

Guided by Coach Jack Weller, these 
boys practice constantly to obtain the 
skill and precision needed to perform the 
various gymnastics events. Phil Perry, 
Dave McKay, Steve Johnson, Ross Fulch- 
er, and Jerry Herndon are just a few out- 
standing members of the team. 



Dave McKay shows form on rings 



117 



POISE AND TALENT FOUND IN 




A row, l-r: Carol Morton, Barbara Gurganus, Paula Runyan, Babsi Meadow, Judy Hughes, Marcine Lu 
I Wilson, Janet Young, Rochelle Pinson, Debbie Simmer, Pat Orsargos, Ann Wian, Debbie McNulty, C, 
, l-r: Gayle Noyes, Jenna Liles, Wanda Hendren, Coach Compton. 



First row 

Lisa 

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ke. Second row, l-r: 
athy Schmitt. Third 



The Girl's Gymnastics team con- 
sists of a group of poised and talented 
girls. Constant practice and deter- 
mination is required in order to per- 
form the skills found in gymnastics. 
Ann Wian, who has taken various 
awards for her floor exercise routines, 
and Babsi Meadows, who concentrates 
on vaulting skills, are the teams top 
gymnists. Other outstanding girls are 
Debbie Simmer, balance beam; Pat 
Orsargos, uneven parallel bars; and 
Debbie McNulty, tumbling. The team 
is coached by Miss Dale Compton. 



Ann Wian demonstrates free exercise skills. 




118 



eiRL'S GYMNASTICS TEAM 




Babsi Meadows does handspring vault 





Debbie McNulty starts a dive forv\/ard roll 




Pat Orsargos readies herself for a backward hip circle on the 
uneven parallel bars. 

Straddle handstand on the balance beam 
by Debbie Simmer. 



119 



GIRLS' HOCKEY TEAM REQUIRES 




First row, I to r; Debbie McNulty, Carol Hunt, Elena Hoffman, Neva HJIIiard, Second row: Laura Winters, Cindy Hicks, Kay Halsey, 
Janice Perkinson, Karen Booher. 

Being a member of the girl's 
hockey team at Kempsville High re- 
quires much time and effort on the 
part of its members. The girls practice 
vigorously every afternoon during the 
season. Their games are played after 
school and on Saturdays. Highly com- 
petitive skills and strong endurance 
make team co-operation a must in the 
game of hockey. K.H.S. finished the 
1969-1970 season with two wins over 
Newport News and Lake Taylor, four 
ties, and five losses. Myra Dean, an 
outstanding member on the team, 
earned the title of first string goalie in 
the Tidewater Field Hockey Tourna- 
ment. The girls are coached by Miss 
Compton. 




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120 



SKILL AND ENDURANCE 



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First row, I to r: Debbie Simmer, Wanda Hendren, Cindy Turner, Kathy Gordon. Second row: Alexia Kartis, Kitty Turner, Linda Wilcox, 
Debbie Pittman, Donna Sparks, Miss Compton. Not pictured: Myra Dean, Ann Widgeon. 



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Miss Reit Kuper, Member of Netherlands Touring 
Field Hocky Team, demonstrating "flick" pass. 



121 



TENNIS TEAM HAS 3-7 SEASON 






Oscar Richardson 



Mike Teagle 



Jerry Roberts 



This year was a major step as far as 
the advancement of our tennis team. 
This was the first year we entered 
Eastern-District competition. Coach 
Jerry Gaskins led the team to a three 
win, seven loss season. 

Five points can win a match out of 
a possible nine. There are six sets of 
singles and three of doubles. There- 
fore, each person's ability is heavily 
relied upon by the team, and each 
win, an individual credit to the player. 




Buren Lowery, Robbie Mays, Mike Taylor, David Jordan, Coach Jerry Gaskins, Mike 

Calhoun, Oscar Richardson, Mike Teagle, Jerry Jordan 



122 



JV'S PREPARE FOR FUTURE VARSITY 



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First row, I. to r.— Clyde Doxey, James Johnson, Greg Cutrell, Don Jackson, Mike Mills, John Wall, Rue Rice, Artie Bulman, Jack Carroll, 
Jan Patterson. Second row— Chris Jones, Bill Carry, Bob Counter, Joey Ramsey, Tim Burts, Bill Taylor, John Gourley, Bill Miller, David 
Sawyer, Mike Jennings. Third row— David McCoy, Jimmy Trent, Mark Meade, Harold King, Steve Ball, Greg Brinkley, Jim Shannon, John 
Holton, Andy Saunders, Jeff Welch, Sandy Rhodes, Walter Wetherington, Roger Gibson, Arthur Riddick. 



The Junior Varsity Football team 
is an important one, for it is these 
boys that will soon play on our varsity 
team. They have prepared for this fu- 
ture through constant practice and 
competition with other junior varsity 
teams in the area. Strong spirit and 
fine competitive attitude were appar- 
ent as the team, coached by Mr. Saw- 
yer, gained valuable advice and exper- 
ience needed to become a successful 
varsity member. Despite the fact that 
they only won one game, they showed 
great ability in whipping Kellam, 16 
to 0. 



Kempsville 





Lake Taylor 22 


Kempsville 


14 


First Colonial 22 


Kempsville 


16 


Kellam 


Kempsville 


14 


Cox 18 


Kempsville 





Norfolk Academyl4 


Kempsville 


13 


Bayside 14 



123 



JV BASKETBALL HAS 11-7 SEASON 



Kempsvil 


le 


74 


Craddock 


62 


Kempsvil 


le 


49 


Princess Anne 


69 


Kempsvil 


le 


74 


Bayside 


49 


Kempsvil 


le 


63 


First Colonial 


64 


Kempsvil 


le 


57 


Norfolk Catholic 


47 


Kempsvil 


le 


72 


Kellam 


64 


Kempsvil 


le 


59 


Cox 


55 


Kempsvil 


le 


48 


Booker T. 


87 


Kempsvil 


le 


57 


Bayside ■ 


36 


Kempsvil 


le 


79 


Norfolk Catholic 


59 


Kempsvil 


le 


58 


Granby 


59 


Kempsvil 


le 


65 


Cox 


44 


Kempsvil 


le 


58 


First Colonial 


57 


Kempsvil 


le 


35 


Maury 


72 


Kempsvil 


le 


64 


Kellam 


60 


Kempsvil 


le 


65 


Norview 


76 


Kempsvil 


le 


57 


Lake Taylor 


45 


Kempsvil 


le 


79 


Princess Anne 


61 



The Junior Varsity Basketball team 
had a very successful season this year, 
finishing with a 11-7 record. Bill 
Paschall obtained the highest average 
of 18.6 points per game. The boys 
showed great team effort and en- 
thusiasm throughout the season, un- 
der the leadership of Coach Bill 
Roughton. 




Bill Paschall— Captain 




L-R: Mike Mills, Alex Nichols, Rudolph Macky, John Green, Rodney Haynes, Greg Brinkley, Denis Williams, Joe Taylor, Gentry Peterson, 
Don Hauck, Mel Repuritti, Kent McLemore, David Roughton, Coach Bill Roughton and Bill Paschall. 



124 



JV WRESTLERS 
PREPARE FOR FUTURE 



The Junior Varsity Wrestling Team 
at KHS is in reality a second string 
team to the varsity. Even though they 
compete against other area high 
school JV teams, their main objective 
is to gain experience and knowledge 
about the sport, so that it may be 
applied in future years. This year the 
team had a winning season with Evan 
Pitts, Bill Miller, and Arthur Hymons 
as its outstanding members. The boys 
are under the direction of Coach Jay 
McDuffie, with Jack Revell as man- 
ager. 




First row, I to r: Gary Teagle, Mike Jennings, Mike Ramaras, Tommy Davis, Don Jackson, Garland Walker. Second row: Coach McDuffie, 
Harry Meade, Arthur Hymons, David Knack, Robert Hudgins, Evan Pitts, Jack Revell. 



125 



THREE BAT 
OVER .400 

The 68-69 J.V. Baseball team was 
coached by Mr. Sawyer. He led the 
team to a 4-5 won-lost record with 
wins over Norview, Norfolk Catholic, 
Bayside, and Cox. Gene Riley was the 
outstanding pitcher with four wins to 
only one loss. Jimmy Hill, Mike Hick- 
man, and Rodney Blake all had 
batting averages over .400. 




Strike Three? 




First row; Greg Cutrell, Scott Gandy, Jack Carroll, Mark Meade, Jimmy Martin, Mike Hickman. Second row; Bo Perkinson, Ernie Smith, 
Lee Edmunds, Tommy Chowns, Roy Wright, and Rodney Blake. Third row; John Baynor, Walter Wetherington, Brett Poyner, Gene Riley, 
Bobby Taylor, Tommy Davis, and Coach Sawyer. 




A close call. . 



Chiefs wait for next inning. 



126 



J.V. eOLF TEAM 
TRAINS FOR FUTURE 



The 1969 J.V. Golf team consisted 
of four boys. Although they did com- 
pete against some schools, their main 
purpose was training for the future of 
participating on the varsity team. 
These boys were selected as future 
varsity material and work with con- 
stant practice towards this goal. Leigh 
Taylor was the top contender as var- 
sity material. The boys also assisted 
the varsity players as caddies during 
tournaments. Bob Braun worked with 
them as their coach. 




L-R: Steve McClellan, Leigh Taylor, David Roughton, John Doran. 



127 



MAGES UNWINDING . . . SITTING IN A CLASS ^ 
'^'OM, HALF AWARE, HALF IN A DREAM . . . YET 
AWAKENED BY SOMETHING . . . MAYBE A DE 1 
■ ^.'HB TO UNDERSTAND. ENDLESS HOURS OF 
SEARCHING - JUSTIFYING A NEED TO LEARN 
5x5, SHAKESPEARE'S VERSE OR WHATEVER. 
WHEN ALL AROUND THE HEADS OF YOUT 
EVERYTHING IS DISTURBING, IT IS A DIFFICUL 
[task. ATTEMPTING TO EXPRESS IDEAS 
iSOME OF YOUR OWN, OTHERS SIMPLY FACTS 
! RE - STATED AND RE - HASHED. GIVING ALL 
! ^OU'VE GOT TO COMMUNICATION, TO REASON^ 
I WG. THERE IS MORE . . . MORE THAN LEARNIN 
. . . THERE'S LIFE. PEOPLE INTERMINGLE. SOM 
PREFER TO BE ALONE, OTHERS MUST HAV 
THE CROWD. BUT BEING ALONE AT TIMES, AN 
WITH THE CROWD, NEITHER IS REALLY BA 
THERE IS ASSOCIATION IF ONLY WITH YOUR 
SELF. THE SELF IS OF IMPORTANCE, AND WHA 
IS MORE COMPLEX. IT SEEMS SO EASY TO SE 
THROUGH OTHERS THE GOOD AND THE BA 
BUT WHAT NATURE OF MAN TRULY PERCEIVE 
HIMSELF? IT MUST TAKE YEARS TO UNDER 
TAND WHY YOU ARE YOU AND I AM ME 
AGES UNWINDING IN ALL SORTS OF WAYi 
. MOSTLY LAUGHING OR CRYING- SCARCELY 
LIST NEITHER OF THE TWO. THERE IS SC 
UCHTO BE HAPPY ABOUT OR SAD, SO LITTL 

SIMPLY FOR REACTION. THERE'S HONESTY I 
FEELING, SO LET GO . . . UNWIND, GATHER TH 
PIECES TOGETHER THROUGH ALL TO FORM "I' 






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Jennifer Meredith 
Deborah Lynn Bennett 
Danny Hal Britt 
Michael Paul Olson 
John Howard Eaton 
Linda Ann Newbern 
Elizabeth Ann Hickman 
Timothy James Williams 
Rebecca Rose Carr 
Kenneth Eugene Peterson 
Jacqueline Kaye Halsey 
Dorothy Faye Kirby 
Sandra Brewer Morris 
Carol Anne Lewis 
Michael David Windom 
Linda Eileen Wilson 
Patti Ann Tullock 
Claud Rex Springston 
Linda Curtis Small 
Lorelei Ann Thiem 
Sharon Aileen Ward 
Harry William Meade 
Catherine Sue Turner 
Carolyn Elaine Pledger 
Christopher Bram 
Randolph Lewis Waid 
Cathy Lee Hickey 
Michael Paul Taylor 
Linda Lee Wilcox 
Brenda Dale Musselman 
Robert Frazier Eagan 
Sharon Ann Paul 
Sarah Good Robinson 
Thomas Earl Toombs 
William Robert Melton 
Debra Grace Rice 
Chrysisse S. Passaris 
Carl Arthur Eason 
Terrill Read Goffrier 
Gregory Marcas Dragas 
Allie Lee Williams 
Gina Norene Ledermann 
Margaret Belle Heath 
Janet Gayle Simmons 
Jeanne Kay Yost 
Daniel Clay Jones 
James Robin Mays 


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MEREDITH AND 


Pamela Lynn Martin 
Carol Darlene Skiles 
Linda Denise Fox 




BENNETT LEAD 


Linda Lou Brown 
Brenda Kaye Gable 




CLASS IN HONORS 


Lester Harold Thomas 
Alan D. Keck 
Howard Charles Ralph 
Roger Thomas Reed 
Kathleen Marie Nixon 






Monica Adcock 




OUTSTANDING 
SENIORS 
ARE LEADERS 



There are many firsts at Kempsville 
High this year. Among these, perhaps 
the most significant honor is that of 
the Outstanding Senior. 

Ten seniors were selected this year. 
These students, it is felt, have given a 
great deal of themselves to K.H.S. 
Through four years of high school, 
they have supported their school and 
class. Some of these students excelled 
in sports, in activities, academics, or 
all three. Their names are often heard 
through the halls echoing expressions 
of jobs well done. People such as these 
keep a school alive. By these few, a 
vote of respect and thanks was earned. 
They were outstanding in their dedi- 
cation to the class of '70. 




Barbara Garrison 



Ken Peterson 



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IN ACADEMICS, 





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Jenny Meredith 
Gilbert O'Neal 



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SPORTS, AND ACTIVITIES 








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O'NEAL LEADS CLASS OF 70' 




Senior Class Officers— Gilbert ONeal, President; "Uino Ucdiun, Vilo Ci evident; Leslie Camp, 
Secretary; Sharon Paul, Treasurer; Carol Morton, Historian. 



134 



ANTICIPATION BECOMES A HAPPENING 




Robin Ann Adair 
Michael Dean Adcock 



Monica Leah Adcock 
Carolyn Lois Addington 



Seniors start year with KHS Pop 
Festival. 





Virginia Lea Agolini 
Sharon Ruth Akers 
Katherine Anne Alley 



Leslie Victoria Arrant 
Kenneth Andrew Askew 
Edward Earl Austin 



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SENIORS STRUGGLE TO REACH 



Edward Andrew Balz 
Amos Elwood Banks 
Nanci Faye Barbee 



Gloria Jean Barfoot 
Anna Marie Baronet 
Barry Barkley Basnight 



Christine Begley 
David IVIichael Bell 
Deborah Lynn Bennett 



DeLane Billari 
Cynthia Ann Blackburn 
Robert L. Bland 




136 



A COMMON GOAL 




Kenneth Nathaniel Blaylock 
Cynthia Lucille Bonney 



Larry Ray Bonney 
Daniel Bryant Bowdoin 




Deborah Leiia Bowman 
Christopher Bram 



Teresa Lynn Breen 
Deborah Jean Brewer 




Contemplation is a governing factor. 



137 



Gloria Jane Bright 
iVlark Kenton Brinkley 
Danny Hal Britt 



Debbie Sue Brown 
Linda Lou Brown 
Jeffrie Lane Bryan 



Virginia Lou Bryant 
Wallace Elmo Bryant 
Barry Lee Burbage 



Beethoven is really a blast! 



138 




Jeffrey Lee Burns 
Kathryn Gail Buscher 
William Henry Byrd 




SENIORS ARE ENLIGHTENED 



THROUGH 
EXPERIENCE 




Dennis Dean Cabral 
Michael Alan Calhoun 
Leslie Karen Camp 



Michael Edward Cannon 
Kathleen Mary Caputo 
Rebecca Rose Carr 



Deanna Joyce Carroll 
Janet Dorine Carroll 
Kathleen Louise Anne Carry 



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Michael Thomas Carter 
Elaine Lillian Cecil 



Frederick Randolf Chapman 
Joanne Rae Childers 




Billy's pickup . 



LONG AWAITED PRIVILEGES GAINED 

AT LAST 



John Ivan Chobot 
Kathy Ellen Clark 
John Alfred Cline 



David Cole Coates 
Richard Monroe Conboy 
Katheryne Anne Cook 




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Michael Richard Cook 
Lynette Copeland 
Michael Saunders Corbin 



Charlene Dee Covington 
Deborah Kay Cox 
Judith Lynn Cromwell 



Michael Edward Cronce 
Jimmy Lee Crotts 
Rebecca Ann Cummings 



LaDonna Mae Cupp 
Gary Dean Curry 
Janice Clark Davis 



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Alonza Ray Davis 
Donald Jackson Davis 
Linda Joyce Davis 



Shirley Anne Davis 
John Jeffrey Deaton 
Larry Joe Diaz 



Steven Boyd Dickens 
James Ray Dixon 
Greg Michael Doloresco 



College . . . one step beyond. 



142 




William Larry Dorton 
Cathy Sue Dozier 
Gregory Marcus Dragas 




VISIONS OF COLLEGE BECOME REALITIES 




Kathy Ann Dugroo 
Lori Jayne Durham 
Robert Frances Eagan 



Linda Jane Edmunds 
Susan Karen Elmore 
Catheline Wanda Everett 



William Lee Ewell 
Deborah Ann Facenda 
Ashbel Pearce Faulkner III 



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Mary Beth Felchner 
Kevin Stafford Fleet 
Nancy Lee Fogle 



Douglas Michael Foreman 
Linda Denise Fox 
Veronica Lee Fox 




INDIVIDUALITY EXPRESSED THROUGH 



Shirley Anne Freeman 
Robin Lyn French 
James Matthew Fueston 



Ross Burrus Fulcher 
Ray Funderburk, III 
Brenda Kay Gable 




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Thomas William Gable 




Barbara Ann Garrison 



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Far from the madding crowd. 



CURRICULUM, ACTIVITY, 

AND ACCOMPLISHMENT 




Debra Carol Gaskin 
Frank Robert George 
Mary Elizabeth Gibson 



Steven Morris Gilbert 
Warren Lee Gilsdorf 
Mollie Jenneil Gladden 



145 




Phillip Robert Goodman 



Paula Ruth Goodson 




Seniors make one of many important decisions. 



ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS BEGIN IN 

JUNIOR YEAR 



Donald Eugene Gordon 
Pamela Jo Gorelick 
Teresa Lynn Gourley 



Nicole Annette Grandfield 
Kathleen Marie Gray 
Phillip Alan Grochmal 




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Claude Vernon Hall, III 
Jacqueline Kaye Halsey 




Alfred Foster Hancock 
William Bruce Hancock 
Cynthia Dale Hardison 



Kenneth Evan Hardy 
Ottis Belmont Harris 
Thomas Joseph Hartlove 



Peter Millard Hatstat 
Nancy Kaye Hayes 
Margaret Belle Heath 



147 



Charlie Hamilton Heffington 
Joy Kay Hewitt 
Theresa Lenore Hewitt 



Cathy Lee Hickey 
Elizabeth Caren Hickman 
Karen Elizabeth Hiensch 



Lora Marie Hill 
Steven Mark Hill 
Deborah Jean Hobbs 



Seniors at KHS enjoy Senior 
parking privileges. 



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Christine Linn Hoffmann 



Norman Griggs Hooper 




Tune in next week 



STUDENTS DEVELOP RESPONSIBILITY 

AND MATURITY 




Renee Lee Hudgins 
Judith Anne Hughes 
Melanie Ann Hughes 



Charles Michael Hunnell 
Cliff D. Jenkins 
Alfred Joseph Johnson 



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FIRST KHS JUNIOR RING DANCE 



Barbara Ellen Johnson 
Gladys Alma Johnson 
Joanne Elizabeth Johnson 



John Victor Johnson 
Robert Leonard Johnson 
William Joseph Johnston 




Daniel Clay Jones 
Karen Marie Jones 
Melinda Leigh Jones 



Nancy Ann Jones 
Patricia Ann Jones 
Stephen Michael Jones 




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HELD AT LAKE WRIGHT 




Doris Ann Jordan 

Michael iVlathis Katzenberger 



Alan Douglas Keck 
Catherine Lee Kennedy 




IVlary Deborah Kight 
Vernon William King 




Deborah Ann Kirby 
Dorothy Faye Kirby 




The highlight of a great evening. 



151 




Gary Layne Knowles 
Thomas Wayne Knowles 
Patricia Anne Knox 



FIRST SENIOR PROM IS PLANNED 



It 



Gweneth Lynette Lackey 
Stephen Randall Lackey 
Elizabeth Ann Lassen 



Michael Leslie Layne 
Ginna Norene Ledermann 
Allen Lester 



Gwendolyn Lee Levesque 
Carol Anne Lewis 
Jacqueline Ellen Lewis 




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Stephanie Ann Lipinski 
Alan Kent Little 
Deborah Jean Long 



John Stanley Long 
Buren Melvin Lowery 
5 Michael Edward Lyie 



Raymond MacAnanny 
Gary Wayne McCarthy 
Charles Jeffrey McCoy 



Seniors get a little behind in their 
work. 



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Linda Ann Marie IVlcCullon 
Kenneth Craig McDougle 
David Riclnard McKay 



Janet Marie McKewen 
Robert Francis McKown 
Catherine Louise Maberry 



Pamela Anne Manby 

Robert Clarence Mandigo, Jr. 

Caria Aioa Mariani 



Anita Louise Martin 
Cynthia Ray Martin 
Pamela Lynn Martin 




154 




They don't make mailmen like they 
used to. 



Tommy Edward Martin, Jr. f 
James Steven Math is 




Alexander Carl Matney 
James Robin Mays 




REACHING FOR ONE'S PLACE 

IN THE WORLD 




Harry William Meade, Jr. 
William Robert Melton 
Arthur George Menge 



Jennifer Sue Meredith 
Terry Ann Michela 
Bruce Lee Miller 



155 




Linda Louise Miller 
Sharon Elizabeth Miller 
Charles Dwight Mitchum 



A MULTITUDE OF ACTIVITIES 

DEMAND ATTENTION 



Robert Donald Montgomery 
Chris Thomas Moore 
Frances Elizabeth Moore 



Larry Elairo Moreno 
Patricia Louise Moreno 
Margaret Helen Morphis 



Ronald Blake Morris 
Sandra Brewer Morris 
Darcy Ann Morrison 




156 




Joan Carol Morrow 
Carol Sue Morton 



Wanda Mae Murphy 
Dardanella Rue Murray 




Brenda Dale Musselman 
Patricia Ann Nassif 



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Nancy Lee Neal 




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Stephen Joseph Neumann 


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To the beat of different drum. 



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Linda Ann Newbern 



Dolores Emily Newman 



K.H.S.'s number one bubble blower. 




INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENTS CREATE 



John Richard Newman 
Susan Anise Newsome 
Dorothy Ann Newton 



Ronell Nichols 
Kathleen Mane Nixon 
Dorothy Christine Nugent 




158 




Michael Paul Olson 

'' William Gilbert O'Neal 

Mary Vivian Orban 



Larry Osmundson 
Gayle Elaine Owens 
Cathy Lynn Page 



OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 




Edith Karen Parham 
Cynthia Lee Parron 
Chrysisse Stamatia Passaris 



Sharon Ann Paul 

George Richard Pennington 

Janice Louise Perkinson 



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Kenneth Eugene Peterson 
Judith Anne Phelps 
Mary Anita Phillips 




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James Madison Pierce 
Susan Elaine Pierson 
Carolyn Elaine Pledger 



Steven Gary Poff 
Vincent Stanley Price 
Dale Mane Priddy 



James Shelton Provo 
Pamela Gayle Pruitt 
Howard Charles Ralph 




160 




Henry Franklin Ratcliffe 



Jacky Eugene Ray 



The generation that asks, why? 




STUDENTS IN THE QUEST OF KNOWLEDGE 




Roger Thomas Reed 
Deborah Lynn Reynolds 
Barbara Jean Rhoades 



Debra Grace Rice 
Gerald Grey Roberts, Jr. 
Eileen Loretta Robinson 



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Sarah Good Robinson 



Valerie Ann Robinson 



Looking for the right career. 




MOTION OF DISSENTION 

AND PROGRESSION 



Jane Sinclair Rogers 
Deborah Ann Rooks 
Paul Craig Ross 




William Clinton Russell 
Debra Anne Sanders 
Vandelia Sanderson 




162 




Timothy Alan Saunders 

Robert Ross Savage 

Blucher Ralston Scarborough 




Penny Lu Schmidt 

Everett Joseph Sclineider III 

Deborah Ann Scott 



Herbert H. Scranton 
Nanette Lureen Seick 
1 Denise Rosalee Seitz 



A couple of cards in Study Hall. 



163 



Susan Carolyn Sharpe 
Julia Vercillia Shell 
Michael Walter Shevock 



Donna Francine Simmons 
Janet Gayle Simmons 
Robert Allen Simmons 




STUDENTS UNITE TO FORM GREAT CLASS 



Class of '70 tries 'em on for size. 




164 



Kathy Anne Sitterson I 
Linda Curtis Small \ 

Brenda Joyce Smith I 





William Charles Smith 
Melissa Dawn Smithdeal 
Johnny Snowden 



Pernell Boston Lee Snowden 
Roy Edward Sorey 
Barbara Ann Sparks 



Claud Rex Springston 
Mary Lynn Stahling 
Earl Girard Stanton 



165 



Debra Gail Stinnett 
Mary Ellen Stogsdill 
S.J. Stone, Jr. 



William Alonzo Strout, Jr. 
David Leory Swartzentruber 
Claudia Tabron 




AN ENDLESS SEARCHING BEGINS 



Harry Bruce Taylor 
Joseph Dwame Taylor 
Michael Paul Taylor 



Mildred Mae Taylor 
Ralph Mason Taylor 
Richard Michael Teagle 




166 




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Gail Louise Templeton 



Joanne Saunders Tench 



Etiquette in it's truest form. 




TO FIND MEANING 




JoAnn Terronova 
Lorelei Ann Thiem 
Gary Michael Thomas 



Lester Harold Thomas 
Larry Stuart Thompson 
Joseph Pendon Todd, III 



167 




Thomas Earl Toombs 



Joyce Marie Trauthwein 



S.C.A. presidents pause as a mutual accomplishment materializes. 




BARBARA GARRISON IS MISS IMAGE 



Patti Ann Tullock 
Catherine Sue Turner 
Lynn Anne Tyson 



Barbara Joan Vaillancourt 
Paul Neil Van Auken 
Helen Varelas 




168 




Nancy Lee Van Landingham 
Dennis Michael Variot 
Lewis Randolf Waid 



Kathleen Cecilia Wallace 
Bobby Steven Watson 
James Hershell Webb 



Donald William Wernick 
Robert Wayne Weston 
Mary Catherine White 



Ruby Kay White 
Warren Ray White 
John Harvey Whitlow 



169 



Ann Eileen Wian 
Linda Lee Wilcox 
Allle Lee Williams 



Cassandra Denise Williams 
Denise Ellen Williams 
Janet Grace Williams 



Judy Williams 
Timothy James Williams 
Linda Sue Wilmoth 




An awaited moment becomes a 
reality. 



170 





Linda Eileen Wilson 



Stephen Anthony Wilson 




The marching band struts to the tune of "The Horse.' 



MOTIVATED SENIORS COMPLETE 

WHIRLWIND OF ACTIVITIES 




Michael David Windom 
Keith M. Wolf 
Kathryn Louise Wood 



Robert McWilliams Woods 
Barbara Jean Woolard 
Jeanne Kay Yost 



171 



CLASS OFi^'yVSPARKED BY ENTHUSIASM 




Junior Class Officers—Richard Cuffee, President; Trenace Basnight, Vice President; Karen Smith, 
Secretary; Sherry Riser, Treasurer. 



172 




Jeanette Abbott 
Melissa Abbott 
Becky Adkins 



Ken Ainsley 
Bruce Albrecht 
Bobby Aldridge 



Allen Alewine 
Debbie Amos 
Gail Anderson 



Sharon Anglen 
Kenny Askew 
Douglas Atkins 



Thoughts of an infinite peace . 





Debbie Aumick 
Bob Austin 
Janis Bagnall 
Ainslie Baker 
Sammy Baker 
Sharon Ball 



Kathy Barber 
Debbie Barco 
Deborah Barnes 
Susan Barnes 
Mark Barnett 
Diana Bartlett 



Carol Barton 
Trenace Basnight 
Judith Bateman 
Raymond Bateman 
John Baynor 
Becky Beamon 



Jo Anne Banners 
David Berry 
Anne Bess 
Berna Bickel 
Brenda Bishop 
Jeff Bishop 



173 




Joanne Blessing 
Mike Blount 
Laura Leigh Bond 
Debbie Boone 
James Bowles 
Nancy Bram 



Tricia Branch 
Lynn Brandt 
Bill Brazier 
Rhonda Bruns 
Mark Bryan 
Patty Bryan 



Gina Bryant 
Richard Buchanan 
Nathan Burks 
Beth Busher 
Nancy Butler 
Chris Byrd 



RING DECISION WEIGHS HEAVILY 

ON MINDS OF JUNIORS 




Lonely is the defender. 



Jeff Calevas 
Bobby Caputo 
Debi Carpenter 



Greg Carris 
Ricky Carroll 
Bill Carry 



Debbie Carter 
Elaine Carter 
Twila Charlton 



John Chudacek 
Rita Ciotti 
Dorthy Clark 




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Mike Clayton 
Barbara Cobb 
Debbie Cochrane 
Elaine Cohoon 
Mike Cole 
Patrice Collins 



Steve Colosi 
Warnell Conley 
Linda Conwell 
Daria Cook 
Jim Cook 
Mike Cook 



Sonny Cordon 
Barbara Costner 
Susie Cottrell 
Bill Cox 
Sharon Crain 
Ricky Cramer 



Hersey Crawford 
Patty Cressman 
Susan Crockett 
Ernie Crowther 
Buddy Cuffee 
Joseph Cuffee 



Richard Culp 
Clay Curling 
Larry Davies 
Joy Davis 
Joyce Davis 
Jack Dawson 



Richard Day 
Bruce Deemer 
Jeff Deems 
Jerry Deglow 
Harold Diaz 
John Disney 





Linda Divelbiss 
Karen Dodd 
Julie Doggett 
Cindy Domme 
Keith Douglas 
Donna Dudley 



Kevin Dull 
Norton Dunstan 
Susan Duvall 
Debbie Eagan 
Debbie Eason 
Lee Edmunds 



175 



Charlotte Edwards 
Debbie Ewald 
Leslie Falls 
Linda Feci 
Wanda Felts 
Bobby Ferris 



Mike Fisher 
Patricia Flanigan 
Steve Fletcher 
Mike Foley 
Bill Forbes 
Rick Forlines 



Bob Fox 
Bud Fueston 
Gerald Fulcher 
Julie Gable 
Vicki Gambill 
Bill Gardner 



Patrina Gardner 
Janet Garrett 
Don Gates 
Robert Gatlin 
Diane George 
Marty Gersch 



Linda Getridge 
Bill Gibbs 
Mike Gibbs 
Jeanie Gibson 
Roger Gibson 
David Gilman 





George Gittinger 
Gerry Godfrey 



Cathy Godwin 
Linda Goodwin 



Terri Goodwin 
Joan Grady 




Linda Gregory 
Dean Griffin 
Debbie Grimes 



Sue Grimsley 
John Gulotta 
Susan Hager 



Ricky Hdll 
Sheree Hampton 
Susan Harding 



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CLASS SPONSORS CANDY SALE 

WITH SUCCESS 




Gregory Harrell 
Cheryl Harris 
Ginger Harris 
Jackie Harris 



Pam Harris 
Cheryl Harrison 
Pat Hart 
William Hass 



Dana Head 
Kent Heintzelman 
Dennis Henderson 
Wanda Hendren 



Jerry Herndon 
Mike Hickman 
Charlie Hill 
Jimmy Hill 




Can you really see China: 



Larry Hill 
Cathy Hillegass 
Neva Hilliard 
Linda Hitchings 
Kenny Hodges 
Elena Hoffman 



Barry Holland 
Henry Holland 
Alvin Holloway 
Nancy Hoppe 
Debbie Hudson 
Marvin Hughes 



Cindy Hulock 
Lynn Hunt 
Joyce Hunter 
Sheryl Hyman 
Arthur Hymons 
Ivie Ingle 




177 




Jenny Isdell 
June James 
Sharon Jenkins 
Bob Johnson 
Cindy Johnson 
Mike Johnson 



Cathy Jones 
Debbi Jones 
Libby Jones 
Linda Jones 
Patti Jones 
Steve Jones 



David Jordan 
Francis Jordan 
Robert Jordan 
Susan Kalman 
Randy Karn 
Alexia Kartis 



THOUGHTS OF COLLEGE BEGIN TO FILL 

STUDENT MINDS 




Bobby Keech 
Gloria Keech 
James Keenehan 
Jean Kelley 



Holly Kellogg 
Doug Kight 
Kenny Kinard 
Steve King 



Rebecca Kirby 
Delores Knight 
Gail Knox 
Vincent Kopeck 




Donna Krahenbill 
Susan Kubiszewski 
Mike Landrum 
Linda Lane 



The conquerer of time, a portrait of beauty. 




178 




Pat Lang 
John Lankfoid 
Robert Lemon 
Bobby Lester 
Susan Lester 
Chai les Libick 



Jenna Liles 
Dyann Lilley 
Carolyn Little 
Diane Little 
John Long 
Debbie Lovely 





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Jerry Lucas 
Debbie Luck 
Scott Lukas 
Terry Lund 
Cathy Malone 
Rick IVIariani 



Lewis Marks 
Jimmy Martin 
Diane Maynard 
Mary Ann McConville 
Aaron McCoy 
Jerry McCoy 



Mike McDaniel 
Peggy McDowell 
Nancy McFarland 
Mike McGinnis 
Cathy McNamaia 
Debe McNamara 



Kevin McNamara 
Deborah McNulty 
John McNulty 
Ben Melton 
Donna Millay 
Maynard Miller 



William Miller 
Stevie Mitchell 
Jerry Moerschell 
Bill Montgomery 
Brenda Mooneyham 
Erma Moore 



Jimmy Moore 
Linda Moore 
Mary Moore 
Randolph Moore 
Ricky Moore 
Caria Morris 



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Mary Morris 
Suzie Morrow 
Judy Myrick 
Doug Neisz 
Jackie Nelson 
Rod Newman 



Debbie Noe 
Jerry Nuckols 
Ray Odom 
Tommy O'Hagan 
Pat Oisargos 
Cathy Painter 




Gay Parker 
Curtis Parks 
Mickey Parrisin 
James Patterson 
Jeff Patterson 
Jamie Pattison 



Shirley Paynter 
Linda Peacock 
"BoBo" Perkinson 
Joanne Perry 
Philip Perry 
David Phelps 



Robert Pipkin 
Debbie Pittman 
Debbie Pittman 
Fletcher Pitts 
Gail Polhamus 
Denis Powers 



Mike Prahm 
Joan Preddy 
Jeanne Proctor 
Cheryl Pugh 
Deborah Pugh 
Diane Purefoy 



Carol Pye 
Richard Ralph 
Robert Ramirez 
Karen Ransom 
Donna Rauschenbach 
Tom Rector 



Lynda Redman 
Alan Reed 
John Reeves 
Jack Revel! 
Debbie Rice 
Rita Richards 




180 



Oscar Richardson 
Virginia Ricks 
Artlnur Riddick 
Debbie Ridgwell 
Gene Riley 
Sherry Riser 



Bruce Robinson 
Roger Robinson 
Shelia Robinson 
Sue Rodgers 
Bill Rosenthal 
Robin Roughton 



Joanne Rowland 
Elton Rudd 
Paula Runyan 
Robert Rush 
Jackie Russ 
Robert Russell 




JUNIORS STRUGGLE THROUGH 



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Sue Ryan 
Skeeter Sams 
Susan Sanderlin 
Gale Sanderson 




A night to remember 



Laverne Sander 
Sandie Sanderson 
Patsy Saul 
Louis Saunders ^ 

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Janet Seagle 

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RING DANCE HIGHLieHTS EXCITING YEAR 




Richard Shiflett 
Sally Shimandle 
Louise Silas 
Billy Simmons 



Debby Smith 
Ernie Smith 
John Smith 
Karen Smith 



Larnell Smith 
Mike Smith 
Susan Smith 
Jimmy Snowden 



Donna Sparks 
Twila Spraker 
Mel Stauffer 
Sandy Staylor 




Who wants to pass out towels m the 
girls locker lOom? 



Roxanne Stephenson 
Pat Stevens 
Beverly Stewart 
Robert Stewart 
Paul Stokes 
David Storey 



Mike Sulcer 
Cynthia Sutton 
Ruth Swartzentruber 
Robert Sweitzer 
James Sykes 
Kym Tabor 



Barbara Tabron 
Diane Tate 
Kevan Taylor 
Leigh Taylor 
Stella Taylor 
Arlethia Thomas 




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Danny Thomas 
Mike Thompson 
Susan Thompson 
Judy Titcomb 
Mike Tluchak 
Teresa Tucker 



Cindy Turner 
Hank Turner 
Beverly Tyer 
Edie Van Austin 
Margie Vanderslice 
Joe Van De Walker 



Renee Van Landingham 

Debbie Wade 

Pat Wade 

Tony Wagner 

Gary Ward 

Skip Weeks 



Debbie West 
Jennifer Whitaker 
Bud White 
Karen Widener 
Al Wigandt 



Billy Wilcox 



Bonnie Williams 
Dana Williams 
Kay Williams 
Mary Ellen Williams 
Thomasine Williams 
Sherril Williamson 



Les Wilmoth 
Nelegene Wilson 
Thomas Wilson 
Janice Windley 
Lee WindschitI 
Laura Winters 



Don Womack 
Alan Wood 
Linwood Woodruff 
Jimmy Wright 



Linda Wright 
Roy Wright 
Bonnie Yelton 
Debbie Yount 




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SOPHOMORES BOOST SCHOOL SPIRIT 






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Sophomore Class Officers-Don Hduck, President; Rick Scarper. Vice President; Fayc Mayton, 
Secretary; Cindy Hicks, Treasurer. 



184 




Susan Adams 
Teresa Adams 
Mike Adkins 
Debbie Amburn 



Andy Anderson 
Robert Anglin 
Terry Annas 
Patrick Arnold 



Lee Ash by 
John Ashley 
Curtis Askew 
Debbie Atkins 



Josh Austin 
Curtis Ayres 
Pete Bain 
Steven Ball 



Janet Ballentine 
Debbie Banaag 
Jimmy Banks 
Debbie Barfoot 



There are times when the only thing you can 
rely on is your ability. 





Jeff Barnes 
Mark Barnes 
Debbi Barry 
John Bates 
Bill Baxter 
"Bunky" Beacham 
Robbm Bearden 



Paul Beiler 
Dennis Bell 
Randy Bennett 
Chris Bianchi 
Mike Billari 
Rodney Blake 
Andy Bland 



John Blessing 
Karl Bliese 
Clyde BIy 
John Boggs 
Karen Booher 
Shelly Bordelon 
Artie Bowman 



Bruce Bowman 
Cheri Boyd 
Michael Boyd 
Chris Brace 
Rick Brace 
Russ Bradford 
Robbin Bradley 



185 



THOUGHTS FOCUS ON ACADEMIC 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS 



Ellie Bradshaw 
Connie Brannon 
Vickie Brannon 
Linda Bratton 
Bernard Breen 
Fred Brewer 
Mary Brewer 



Marcia Briden 
Greg Brinkley 
Joanne Britt 
Bonnie Brown 
Richard Brown 
Scott Brown 
Tim Brown 



Jerry Browne 
Richard Bruen 
Paula Bryan 
John Bull 
Debbie Bullock 
Trina Bullock 
Val Burden 



Tim Burks 
Nancy Burnette 
Donna Butt 
Joni Cagle 
Annette Camp 
Randy Canden 
Donna Carmen 




Looking toward tomorrow 




Lynn Carper 
Garry Carroll 
Jack Carroll 
Jeff Carroll 



Pat Carry 
Barbara Carter 
Caiolyn Carter 
Linda Cartwright 



Judy Carvell 
Steve Cash 
Linda Chalk 
Alan Charaud 



Nancy Cherry 
Kathy Chetister 
John Ciotti 
Debbie Clanton 




186 




Brenda Clyburn 
Debbie Coffelt 
Pat Coffman 
Ray Coley 
Sharon Conaway 
Dayna Connor 
Terry Cook 



Janet Cooper 
Mary Cooper 
Sandra Coopersmith 
Pat Corbin 
Tracy Corden 
Eric Costello 
Bob Counter 



Jerry Cox 
David Criss 
Dale Cross 
Brenda Crouch 
Gail Crunk 
Lynn Culpepper 
Roberta Cumings 



Greg Cutrell 
Rick Daniel 
Scott Daniels 
David Daugherty 
Don Davidson 
Barry Davis 
Debbie Davis 



Delores Davis 
Jill Davis 
Mildred Davis 
Nancy Davis 
Robert Davis 
Thomas Davis 
Elaine Daws 



Patty Dawson 
Greg Dean 
Jo Dean 
David DeCook 
Rick Deglow 
Adeie Dennis 
Tracy Deyncourt 



Jan Dickinson 
Ricky Dildy 
Rufus Divers 
Laura Dixon 
Mike Dixon 
Susan Dixon 
Becky Dodd 



Linda Dodd 
Mary Domme 
John Doran 
Glynis Dorton 
Clyde Doxey 
Gei ry DriscoH 
Larry DuBois 



Tom DuBois 
Larry Egas 
Gary Erickson 
Steve Estes 
Crystal Everett 
Darlene Fans 
Carol Ferris 





187 




Debbie Fiore 
Julie Fisher 
Richard Fisher 
Ryland Fleet 
Ricky Fleming 
Betsy Flock 
Wayne Fogle 



Tony Fontanilla 
Bonnie Forbes 
Danny Forbes 
David Forbes 
Sarah Forbes 
Debby Forehand 
Kevin Foster 



Tim Foster 
IVlark Francis 
Julia Frazier 
David Freeman 
Deborah Freeman 
Dorothy Freeman 
Phyllis Freeman 



Margaret Fuentes 
Alice Fulcher 
Roy Fulcher 
Brenda Funk 
Barry Gable 
Lucinda Gandy 
Mike Garcia 



Venie Garrett 
Cheryl Gawthrop 
Jeri George 
Mark George 
Steve George 
Willie George 
Debbie Gibbs 



Barbara Gibson 
Linda Gibson 
Brenda Gifford 
Pam Gilbert 
Jane Gilchrist 
Marion Gilchrist 
Therlean Gilchrist 



Andrew Gills 
Vickie Godfrey 
Karen Goffrier 
Kathy Gordon 
John Gourley 
Eric Gray 
Marcie Gray 



Shelley Gray 
Charles Green 
Liz Grim 

Barbara Gurganus 
Dean Gurganus 
Ronnie Gwaltney 
Rick Haddock 



Clay Hall 
Dell Dall 
Harry Hall 
Susan Halprin 
Marlin Halsey 
Eugene Hammitl 
Cindy Hanbury 








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STUDENTS VOICE OPINIONS ON POLICY 



Dennis Hansen 
Jeff Hanson 
Pat Hardin 
Phyllis Hardy 
Sherry Harper 
Doug Harrel 
Gay Harrington 



Barbara Harris 
BeBe Harris 
Cindy Harris 
Loretta Harris 
Ronnie Harrison 
Eddie Hartlove 
Carol Haskins 



Valerie Hasle 
Mark Hatch 
Glenn Hatcher 
Don Hauck 
Bert Heath 
Kaye Heatherley 
Pat Hendricks 




Trying to keep things straight . 




Linda Hendrickson 
Sandy Hensley 
Glenda Herndon 



Janie Hewett 
Cindy Hicks 
Susan Hiensch 



Eddie Hill 

Pat Hill 

Mike Hillegass 



Robert Hinson 
Ginger Hobson 
Edith Hodnett 



Paul Hodnett 
Cecile Hoffman 
Steve Holcomb 




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ALL THINGS APPEAR 

CONQUERAB 




Tommy Holland 
Stephanie Holt 
John Holton 
Lois Hoover 



Dean Horton 
Steve Horton 
Robert Howard 
Carol Hunt 



James Huntzinger 
Julius Hurdle 
Jerry Inge 
Don Jackson 




Patience is the tool 




Robert Jackson 
Mike Jennings 
Wanda Johns 
Helen Johnson 
James Johnson 
Steve Johnson 
Chris Jones 



Hank Jones 
Nancy Jones 
Patricia Jones 
Ronnie Jones 
Jeanne Jordon 
Ivan Joslin 
Barbara Justhan 



Kert Kamrad 
Melvin Karn 
Debbie Keck 
Debbie Keene 
Kathy Kehoe 
Robert Kelley 
Tommy Kelley 



John Kelly 
Gwen Kendrick 
Grace Kerns 
Margaiet Keys 
Harold King 
Bob King 
Ceil Kirby 



David Knack 
Barry Knight 
Susie Knight 
Terry Knight 
Toni Knight 
Willis Knight 
Carolyn Knox 



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TO THE SEARCHING MIND 



Gloria Kostet 
Paula Kiipaitis 
Gary Lamm 
Kim Lanfranchi 



Debbie Lankford 
Carol Lasell 
Bill Lassen 
Rodger Lee 



Suzanne Lee 
Betty Lemon 
Maryin Lemon 
Donald Lewis 



of accomplishment 




Isaac Liverman 
Leonard Liverman 
Regina Looper 
Gail Lowe 
Marcine Luke 
Nadine Luke 
Lu Ann Lundy 



Frank Lupton 
Ann Lyons 
Steve McClellan 
Gloria McConkey 
Mike McConville 
Myra McCord 
Cynthia McCoy 



David McCoy 
Howard McCoy 
Richard McDaniel 
Debbie McGownn 
Bruce McKinney 
Rahn McLawhorn 
Kent McLemore 



Suellen McNulty 
Rudolph Mackey 
James Maddux 
Kathy Marshall 
Rob Martenis 
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Mike Miller 
Paul Miller 



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TO OVERRIDE SLUMP 



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KEMPSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL KEYETTES 



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KEMPSVILLE GRADUATES FIRST CLASS 



ADAIR. ROBIN ANN-French Club 2; 
Junior Civltan Club 3,4, Secretary 3,4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 3. 

ADCOCK, MICHAEL DEAN D.E.C.A. 

ADCOCK, MONICA LEAH-Annual 
Staff 1,2,3,4, Editor 2,3, Co-editor 4; 
Girl's State 3, Citizenship Award; Li- 
brary Helper 4; Miss Image Court 3,4; 
Prom Decorations Committee 3,4; 
S.C.A. Representative 4; Senior Class 
Representative 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Powder 
Puff Football 3,4, Captain 3,4; Y-Teens 
1; Outstanding Senior 4. 

ADDINGTON, CAROLYN LOIS-Y- 

Teens 2,3,4. 

AGOLINI, VIRGINIA LEA-D.E.C.A. 

AKERS. SHARON RUTH— Majorette 
1,2,3,4. Head 1.2.3,4, Majorette Trophy 
and Medal; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Band A 
1.2,3,4; Gymnastics 2; Band Committee 
2,3. 

ALLEY, KATHERINE ANNE- 

D.E.C.A. 2,3, Historian 2; F.B.L.A. 3, 
President 3; Y-Teens 2. 

ALSNAUER, SUSAN MAY D.E.C.A. 

ARRANT, LESLIE VICTOR! A-F.H. A. 

ASKEW. KENNETH ANDREW 

AUSTIN. EDWARD EARL-D.E.C.A. 

3,4 President 4; Gymnastics 2. 

BALZ, EDWARD ANDREW 

BANK, AMOS ELWOOD-Art Club 2,3; 
Cross Country 2; Track Team 1,2, City 
Meet 1,2; Woods Club 1,2. 

BARBEE, NANCI FAYE"Drill Team 
1,2,3,4; S.C.A. Constitution Committee 
2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1. 

BARFOOT. GLORIA JEAN Annual 
Staff 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4; D.E.C.A. 4; Pep 
Club 1; Y-Teens 1. 

BARONET. ANNA MARIE-J.V. 
Cheerleader 1; D.E.C.A. 4; Keyettes 3; 
Pep Club 1. 

BASNIGHT. BARRY BARKLEY- 

CraftsClub; Football 1,2. 

BEGLEY, CHRISTINE J. V. Cheer- 
leader 1,2; Drama 1; Spanish Club 1,2, 
President 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2. 

BELL. DAVID MICHAEL^Art Club 
1,2,3,4. 

BENJAMINSON, BETH ANN Drill 
Team 1,3,4; Girl's Athletic Association 
2; Y-Teens 1,3,4. 

BENNETT, DEBORAH LYNN-Annual 
Staff 1,2,3, Business Manager 1; Chair- 
man Junior Ring Dance Committee 3; 
Cheerleader 2,3,4, Co-captam 3,4; Drill 
Team 1; Pep Club 3,4; Scholastic Team 
4; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Y-Teens 3,4; Outstanding 
Senior 4. 

BILLARI, DELANE Chorus 2,3,4; 
D.E.C.A. 3; Home Ec. Club 2; Pep Club 
3. 

BLACKBURN. CYNTHIA ANN Y- 
Teens 2,3. 



BLAND. ROBERT L.-Key Club 4. 

BLANK, JAMES NEIL 

BLAYLOCK, KENNETH NATH- 
ANIEL-A Band 1,2,3,4; J.J.V. Wrest- 
ling 2; J.V. Wrestling 3. 

BONNEY, CYNTHIA LUCILLE Drill 
Team 1,2, Captain l-,2; Y-Teens 1,2. 

BONNEY, LARRY RAY- Wrestling 2. 

BOWDOIN, DANIEL BRYANT-Cafe- 
teria Monitor 1. 

BOWMAN, DEBORAH LELIA-Drill 
Team 1,2,3,4; Miss Image Court 4; As- 
sistant Librarian 1; Assistant Office 
Worker 2; S.C.A. Historian 3; S.C.A. 
Vice-President 4; Outstanding Senior 4. 

BRAM, CHRISTOPHER- Drama Club 
1,2,3,4, Best Supporting Actor Award 
1; Thespians 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 
3,4; Junior Achievement Television 
Writer 4. 

BREEN. TERESA LYNN F.B.L.A. 
2,3,4, President 2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, His- 
torian 2; Junior Achievement 4. 

BREWER. DEBORAH JEAN-G.A.A.; 
Art Club 2. 

BRIGHT, GLORIA JANE-Art Club 2; 
F.B.L.A. 4, Treasurer 4; Pep Club 3; 
Y-Teens 3. 

BRINKLEY, MARK KENTON-Drama 

Club 2,3; Key Club 4; Marching and 
Concert Band 2,3,4; Varsity track 4. 

BR ITT, DANNY HAL-French Club 
1,2, Vice President 1; Key Club 4; 
S.C.A. Publicity Committee Chairman 
2. 

BROWN, DEBBIE SUE-F.B.L.A. 3, 
President 3; Pep Club 3, Vice President 
3; Y-Teens 3. 

BROWN, LESLIE KAREN-F.B.L.A. 3. 

BROWN, LINDA LOU 

BRYAN, JEFFRIE LANE-Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Football 2,3; Track 3, placed 
2nd in city tournament for long jump; 
Vice-President of the Junior Class; Key 
Club 4. 

BRYANT, VIRGINIA LOU^F.T.A. 1; 
F N.A. 2,3, Secretary 3; Spanish Club 1; 
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. 

BRYANT, WALLACE ELMO^Art, 1st 
Place Graphics, KHS Arts Festival 2,3; 
2nd Place Graphics, KHS art Festival 2; 
Libert Purchase Award 2; S.C.A. Pur- 
chase Award 3; Chairman of the Junior 
and Senior Decorations Committee; 
Campus Life Club 1; Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 1; Inter-Club Council 1; Key 
Club 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2; March- 
ing Band and Concert Band 1.2,3,4, 
Band Medals; Varsity Tennis 3,4; 
Annual Staff 2,3,4. 

BURBAGE, BARRY LEE D.E. Club 2, 
Vice-President 2; J.V. Football 1; S.C.A. 
Homeroom Representative 2,3. 

BURNS, JEFFREY LEE Debate Club 
3. 

BUSCHER, KATHRYN G AIL-Tri-Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4, President 1, Sargeant-at-Arms 2, 



President 4; F.N. A. 1,2,3, Treasurer 2,3; 
Newspaper Staff 1; All City Band 1; 
S.C.A. Representative 1,2,3; All City 
Hockey Team 2; Clinic Helpet 2; S.C.A. 
Chaplain 4. 

BYRD, WILLIAM HENR Y"Wrestling 

1; Annual Staff 1. 

CABRAL, DENNIS DEAN 

CALEVAS, JAMES POWELL-J.V. Bas- 
ketball 1; German Club 3; Art Club 3. 

CALHOUN, MICHAEL ALAN^Wrest- 

ling 1,2,3; Tennis Team 2,3,4; Varsity 
Club 4. 

CAMP, LESLIE KAREN Art Club 1, 
Vice-President 1; Sophomore Class 
President; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Chaplain 3, 
Vice-President 4; Gymnastics 2,3; 
Cheerleader 3; "Miss Image" 3; Pep 
Club 3; Senior Class Secretary; Pop 
Festival Committee. 

CANNON, MICHAEL EDWARD 

CAPUTO, KATHLEEN MARY-D.E. 
Club 3,4; Hockey Team 2; S.C.A. 
Homeroom Representative 1. 

CARR, JAMES DOUGLAS-Art Club 
2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 1. 

CARR, REBECCA ROSE-Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 

Secretary 1; S.C.A. Representative 1,4; 
French Club 2, Vice-President 2; Key- 
ettes 3,4. 

CARROLL, DEANNA JOYCE Drill 
Team 1,2,3,4, Co-captain 4; Gymnastics 
1,2; Hockey Team 2; Office Assistant 3; 
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Historian 3. 

CARROLL, JANET DORINE-Drama 
Club 1; Office Helper 2,3,4; Junior 
Civitan 3,4, Chaplain 3,4. 

CARRY, KATHLEEN LOUISE 
ANNE-Drama Club 3; French Choir 
Club 3; Girl's Track Team 2; Varsity 
letter 2; Intramural Basketball 2; Out- 
standing Girl Athletic Award 2; News- 
paper Staff 4. 

CARTER, MICHAEL THOMAS- 

Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Dance Committee 2; 
Football 3; Baseball 3,4; Varsity Club 4. 

CECIL, ELAINE LILLIAN 

CHAPMAN, FREDRICK RAN- 
DOLPH Electronics Club 2. 

CHILDERS, JOANNE RAE-Chairman 
of the S.C.A. Program Committee 1; 
Alternate Cheerleader 3; Drill Team 
1,2,3,4; Homeroom Representative 
1,2,3; S.C.A. Dance Committee 2; Tri- 
Hi-Y 1, Vice-President 1; Annual Staff 
2,3. 

CHOBOT, JOHN IVAN D.E. Club. 

CLARK, KATHY ELLEN^DE. Club 2; 
F.B.L.A. 4; Hockey Team 3; Library 
Helper 2; Spanish Club 2. 

CLARK, NELSON EDWARDS-Biology 
Club 2; Homeroom Representative 2; 
Key Club 2; Spanish Club 1,2. 

CLINE, JOHN ALFRED- Art Club 3.4; 
Debate Club 3,4. 

COATES, DAVID COLE 



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COLEMAN, DONALD LAVERN 

CONBOY, RICHARD MONROE— De- 
bate Team 1; Key Club 3,4; Vice-Presi- 
dent. 

COOK, KATHERYNE ANNE-Art 
2,3,4. 

COOK, MICHAEL RICH ARD-Debate 
Team 2; Key Club 3,4; Newspaper Staff 
1; Photography Club 1. 

COPELAND, LYNETTE-Bookwork 

Assistant 1,2,3,4; Chorus 4; Office 
Helper 4; Pep Club 3; Spanish Club 1; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3. 

CORBIN, MICHAEL SAUNDERS-ln- 
door Track 2. 

COVINGTON, CHARLENE DEE-Drill 
Team 4; Pep Club 1; Y-Teens 2. 

COX, DEBORAH KAY-Cheerleader 3; 
Gymnastics 2,3; Library Helper 1; 
Newspaper Staff 3; S.C.A. Homeroom 
Representative 3; Y-Teens 3. 

CROMWELL, JUDITH LYNN-Debate 

Club 3,4; Debate Tournament— 6th 
Place 3; Drama Festival 2,3; Freedom's 
Challenge Speech Contest— 2nd Place 3; 
F.T.A. 1; Library Helper 1; Library 
Contest— 2nd and 3rd Place 1,3; Powder 
Puff Football 1,2; School Play 3; 
Annual Subscription Manager, 3. 

CRONCE, MICHAEL EDWARD Art 
Club 1,2,3,4, Art Club Representative 3; 
Junior Civitan Club 3,4. 

CROTTS, JIMMY LEE 

CUMMINGS, REBECCA ANN— Chair- 
man Publicity Committee 2; Cheer- 
leader 1,2,3; Co-captain 3; Gymnastics 
1,2; Track Team 1,2; Y-Teens 1. 

CUPP, LADONNA MAE 

CURLING, ROBERT ALTON- 
D.E.C.A. 

CURRY, GARY DEAN 

DAVIS, ALONZA RAY 

DAVIS, DONALD JACKSON 

DAVIS, JANICE CLARK-Y-Teens 1,2. 

DAVIS, LINDA JOYCE-Basketball 1; 
Track 1; D.E. Club, Secretary 3. 

DAVIS, MICHAEL ASHLEY 

DAVIS, MICHAEL RAY-Baseball 2; 
D.E. Reporter and Treasurer 3; Football 
1. 

DAVIS, SHIRLEY ANN 

DEATON, JOHN JEFFREY-Basketball 
' 1,2,3,4, Captain 1,3; Football 2; Most 
Valuable Player; Senior Class Vice-Presi- 
dent; U.A.A. 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. 

DIAZ, LARRY JOE-J.V. Football 2, 
Captain 2; Varsity Football 3,4, Most 
Valuable Offensive Back 3; Most Val- 
uable Player 4; Gymnastics 2; Track 
Team 3,4, Most Valuable Track Man 3; 
U.A.A. 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. 

DICKENS, STEVEN BOYD 



DIXON, JAMES RAY-Thespians 3,4. 

DOLORESCO,GREG MICHAEL-Base- 

ball 2; Football 1,2,3,4; Homeroom 
Representative 4; Key Club 3,4; Spanish 
Club 1; U.A.A. 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. 

DORTON, WILLIAM LARRY— Intra- 
mural Sports 1,2. 

DOUMANIAN, NISHON DAVID 

DOZIER, CATHY SUE-Qffice Helper 
1; Powder Puff Football 4; S.C.A. 
Representative 4; Homeroom Represen- 
tative 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 1,2, 
Secretary 3,4. 

DRAGAS, GREGORY MARCUS-J.V. 
Basketball 2; J.V. Football 3. 

DUGROO, KATHY ANN— F.B.L.A. 3, 
Treasurer 3; Pep Club 2; Y-Teens 2. 

DURHAM, LORI JAYNE-Art Club 1; 
Keyettes 2,3,4; Junior Civitan Club 3,4. 

EAGAN, ROBERT FRANCES- 

D.E.C.A. 2; National Honor Society 3,4; 
Key Club 3,4; Varsity Wrestling. 

EDMONDS, LINDA JANE— Majorette 

4. 

ELMORE, SUSAN KAREN-D.E.C.A. 

2; Hockey Team 2,3; Junior Civitan 3. 

ENGEBRETSEN, DALE GENE Key 

Club 4; Track 1. 

EVERETT, CATELINE WANDA-Girl's 
Concert Chorus 2,3,4. 

EWELL, WILLIAM LEE-Varsity Club 
3,4; Varsity Wrestling 3.4. 

FACENDA, DEBORAH ANN-F.B.L.A. 

3; Pep Club 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Spanish 
Club 2. 

FALCONER, ASHBEL PEARCE 

FELCHNER, MARY BETH-Hockey 
Team 2; Spanish Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4. 

FERRELL, CAROLYN ANN-Chorus 
3,4; Pep Club 2. 

FLEET, KEVIN STAFFORD-Beta 

Club 3,4; Drama Club 3; French Club 3; 
J.V. Track 1; Latin Club 2,3; Science 
Club, Vice-President 3; Varsity Track 2. 

FOGLE, NANCY LEE-Chorus 1,4; 
Junior Civitan 3; Junior Ring Dance 
Committee 3; S.C.A. Representative 1; 
Senior Prorn Decorations Committee 4; 
Senior Council 4. 

FOREMAN, DOUGLAS MICHAEL- 

Cross Country Team 2; J.V. Wrestling 
1,2; Outdoor Track Team 2,3. 

FOX, LINDA DENISE French Club 
2,3;G.A.A. 2,3. 

FOX, VERONICA LEE-Homeroom 
Representative 1,2,3; Prom Decorations 
Committee 4; S.C.A. Treasurer 2; Var- 
sity Cheerleader 4; Y-Teens 3,4. 

FREEMAN, SHIRLEY ANNE-Band 
1,2,3,4. 

FRENCH, ROBIN LYN-Girl's Chorus 
4. 



FUESTON, JAMES MATTHEW 

FULCHER, ROSS BURRUS— Gym- 
nastics 1,2,3, 3rd in State Gymnastics 
Competition, 2nd in State on the Side 
Horse, 1st on Side Horse and Parrallel 
Bars in the A.A.U., Most Valuable Boy 
Gymnist Award 3, Co-captain of the 
Gymnastics Team 3; Track 3. 

FUNDERBURK III, RAY-J.V. Foot- 
ball 2; Newspaper Staff 4; S.C.A. Repre- 
sentative 4; Thespians 3,4; Varsity Club 
3,4; Varsity Football 3,4. 

GABLE, BRENDA KAY 

GABLE, THOMAS WILLIAM-Art Club 
2,3; Drama Club 2,3,4. 

GARRISON, BARBARA ANN-Alter- 
nate Homeroom Representative 1; Drill 
Team 1,2, President 2; Homeroom 
Representative 3; I.C.C. Representative 
4; Junior Class Secretary 3; Miss Image 
Court 3,4; "Miss Image" 4; Office 
Worker 1,2,4; Outstanding Senior 4; 
Powder Puff Football Team 2,4; Pep 
Club 3; Prom Decorations Committee 4; 
Senior Class Representative 4; Sopho- 
more Class Secretary 2; Varsity Cheer- 
leader 3,4, Co-captain 4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4, Secretary 2; Vice-President 3. 

GASKIN, DEBRA CAROL-F.H.A. 1,3; 
French Club 3; Library Helper 1,3; Pep 
Club 3. 

GEORGE, FRANK ROBERT-J.V. 

Football 2. 

GIBSON, MARY ELIZABETH- 
F.B.L.A. 3, Secretary 3; French Club 1. 

GILBERT, STEVEN MORRIS-J.V. 

Baseball 1,2; J.V. Football 1,2; Varsity 
Baseball 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Varsity 
Football 3,4; J.V. Wrestling 1,2; Varsity 
3,4. 

GILSDORF, WARREN LEE 

GLADDEN, MOLLIE JENNEIL 

GOODMAN, ROBERT PHILLIP 

GOODSON, PAULA RUTH-F.B.L.A. 
3. 

GORDON, DONALD EUGENE 

GORELICK, PAMELA JO-Annual 
Staff, Typing Editor 4; Junior Civitan 
Club 3; KeyetteClub 3,4. 

GOURLEY, TERESA LYNN-Acca- 
pella Chorus 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2. 

GRANDFIELD, NICOLE ANNETTE- 
F.T.A. 2,3; Junior Civitan Club 4; News- 
paper Staff 2; Yearbook Staff 2. 

GRAY, KATHLEEN MARIE-F.B.L.A. 
3. 

GRIFFITH, PETER BERNARD 

GRINSTEAD, SHARON LOUISE-Co- 

ed Correspondent 1; Crisco Award 1; 
F.H.A. 2; Girl's Chorus 1; Girl's En- 
semble 1; Thespians 3. 

GROCHMAL, PHILLIP ALAN-J.V. 
Baseball 1,2; J.V. Basketball, Co- 
captain, 1,2; J.V. Football 1; French 
Club 1; Varsity Baseball 3,4; Varsity 
Basketball 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. 



TEN OUTSTANDING SENIORS ELECTED 



HALL III, CLAUDE VERNON-Band 
1,2,3,4. 

HALSEY, JACQUELINE KAYE-Con- 

stitution Committee 1,2,3, Chairman 
l,2,3r Hockey Team 2.4; Girl's State 3; 
S.C.A. Homeroom Representative 2; 
Keyettes 2,3,4, President 2,3, Treasurer 
4; National Honor Society 3,4. 

HANCOCK. ALFRED FOSTER 

HANCOCK. WILLIAM BRUCE 

HARDISON, CYNTHIA DALE 

HARDY. KENNETH EVAN-Drama 
Club 4; Key Club 3,4; French Club 1; 
Newspaper Staff 1; Ring Dance Com- 
mittee 3. 

HAROLD. WALTER RAY 
HARRIS. OTTIS BELMONT 
HARTLOVE, THOMAS JOSEPH 

HATSTAT, PETER MILLARD-French 

Club, Key Club 3, Treasurer 3,4; Ring 
Dance Committee 3. 

HAYES, NANCY KAYE 

HEATH, MARGARET BELLE-Junior 
Class Treasurer; Powder Puff Football 2; 
Majorette 3,4; National Honor Society 
3,4, Treasurer 4; Outstanding Senior; 
S.C.A. Treasurer 4; Senior Council; 
Treaty Staff 2; Y-Teens 3,4. 

HEFFINGTON. CHARLIE HAMIL- 
TON Key Club 4. 

HEWITT, JOY KAY-J.V. Cheerleader 
1,2; Majorette 4; S.C.A. Vice-President 
2. 

HEWITT, THERESA LENORE 

HICKEY, CATHY LEE-Annual Staff 
1,2,3,4, Assistant Editor 3; Co-Editor 4; 
Spanish Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, His- 
torian 4. 

HICKMAN, ELIZABETH CAREN- 

French Club 1,2, Secretary 1, President 
2; Girl's Ensemble Chorus 1,2,3,4, 
Accapella Chorus 3,4; Junior Civitan 
3,4; Keyettes 2,3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4. 

HIENSCH, KAREN ELIZABETH- 

Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Thes- 
pians 3,4. 

HILL, LORA MARIE Drill Team 
2,3,4, Co-Captain 2,3,4; F.H.A. l,Trea- 
surer 1; Gymnastics Club 1,2; I.C.C. 1; 
S.C.A. Homeroom Representative 1. 

HILL, STEVEN MARK-J.V. Basketball 
1,2; J.V. Golf 1; Varsity Golf 2,3,4; 
Varsity Club 3,4. 

HOBBS. DEBORAH JEAN-D.E. Club 
2,3,4, Chaplain 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 
4; Y-Teens 1,2. 

HOFFMAN, CHRISTINE LINN-AII- 
State Band 1,2; First in Solo and En- 
semble Contest 3; S.C.A. Homeroom 
Representative 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2,3. 

HOFFMAN, JOHN A. 

HOOPER. NORMAN GRIGGS-J.V. 
Basketball 2; J.V. Football 1.2; Captain 



1; Varsity Club 4; Varsity Football 3,4; 
Varsity Track 3; Wrestling, Captain 1. 

HOWARD, DANNY 

HUDGINS, RENEE LEE-Alternate 
Homeroom Representative 2; Drill 
Team 2,3,4; Spanish Club, Sargeant-at- 
Arms 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4. 

HUGHES, JUDITH ANNE-Drama Club 
4; Drill Team 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics 2,3,4; 
Junior Decorating Committee 3; Powder 
Puff Football 2; S.C.A. Historian 4; 
Senior Decorating Committee 4. 

HUGHES, MELANIE ANN-Clinic 
Helper 1,2,3; Drill Team 1,2,3,4; Future 
Nurses 1,2,3; President 1,2, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Y-Teens 1. 

JENKINS, CLIFF D. 

JOHNSON, ALFRED JOSEPH-Drama 

Club 2; Spanish Club 2,3. 

JOHNSON, BARBARA ELLEN 

JOHNSON, GLADYS ALMA-Girl's 
Chorus 1,4; Y-Teens 1,2. 

JOHNSON, JOANNE ELIZABETH- 

Debate Club 2,3; Drill Team 3,4; Pep 
Club 2. 

JOHNSON, JOHN VICTOR-French 

Club 2; Gymnastics Team 3,4. 

JOHNSON. ROBERT LEONARD 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM JOSEPH-Jr. 

J.V. Football 1. 

JONES, BARNEY LEE 

JONES, DANIEL CLAY-Annual Staff 
1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 2; Key Club 3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Senior 
Class Representative 4; Spanish Club 
1,2; Varsity Basketball 3. 

JONES. KAREN MARIE-Drill Team 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3. 

JONES, MELINDA LEIGH-Cheer- 
leader 1,2, Co-captain 2; Drama 1,2; 
Gymnastics 1; I.C.C. 1; Miss Image 
Court 4; S.C.A. Vice-President 1; S.C.A. 
Representative 4; Thespians 3,4; 
Y-Teens 3,4, Chaplain 4. 

JONES. NANCY ANN-Drama Club 1; 
F.H.A. 1; Y-Teens 1,2. 

JONES, PATRICIA ANN^D.E.C.A. 
Public Speaker 3,4; Gymnastics 1,2; 
Hockey Team 1,2. 

JONES, STEPHEN MICHAEL^EIec- 

tronics Club 2. 

JORDAN, DORIS ANN-Future Nurses 
1. 

K ATZEN BE RGE R , MICHAEL 

MATHIS -Electronics Club 1. 

KECK. ALAN DOUGLAS-Annual 

Staff 3,4, Business Manager 3; Debate 
Club 2; Junior Civitan Club 3,4, District 
Lt. Governor 4; Key Club 3; National 
Honor Society 3,4; S.C.A. Represen- 
tative 4; Senior Class Representative 4. 

KENNEDY, CATHERINE LEE-D.E. 

Club, Chaplain 4; Debate Club 3; Drama 



Club 1,2,3,4; Drill Team 1,2,3,4; S.C.A. 
Representative 1,2; Thespians 3,4; Tri- 
Hi-Y 1,2. 

KIGHT, MARY DEBORAH Drill Team 
1,2,3,4. 

KING, VERNON WILLIAM-Band 1,2; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Chorus 4; Football 1,2,3; Varsity Club 
3,4. 

KIRBY. DEBORAH ANN-D.E.C.A. 4; 

Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

KIRBY. DOROTHY FAYE-French 
Club, Secretary 2; Keyettes, Historian 
3,4; National Honor Society, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3,4; Pep Club 1; S.C.A. President 
1,2; Kempsville Optimist Outstanding 
Youth Award; Y-Teens; Miss Image 
Court 4. 

KNOWLES, GARY LAYNE-A Band 
1,2,3,4. 



KNOWLES, THOMAS WAYNE 

KNOX, PATRICIA ANNE 

KNOX, PAULA JEAN-Drill Team 1,2. 

LACKEY. GWENETH LYVETTE- 

F.B.L.A., Chaplain, 3; I.C.C. Represen- 
tative 3; Pep Club 4. 

LACKEY, STEPHEN RANDALL- 

Chess Club 3; Cross Country 2,3,4; 
Track Team 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. 

LASSELL, DEBORAH LYNN-F.T.A. 

1; British American Relations 2; Girl's 
Sports Intramurals 3. 

LASSEN, ELIZABETH ANN 

LAYNE, MICHAEL LESLIE-Golf 1. 

LEDERMANN, GINNA NORENE- 

Drill Team 1,2; Powder Puff Football 
Team; Spanish Club, Vice-President 1; 
Y-Teens 1,2, Sargeant-at-Arms 1. 

LESTER, ALLEN-D.E.C.A. 4; Golf 
1,2. 

LEVESQUE, GWENDOLYN LEE-Art 
Club 1; Y-Teens 1.2. 

LEWIS. CAROL ANNE-Drill Team 4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Varsity 
Tennis Team 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4. 

LEWIS, JAQUELINE ELLEN 

LIPINSKI, STEPHANIE ANN-Acapella 
Chorus 3,4; Art Club, Treasurer 4; 
Junior Civitan 4; Keyettes 3,4; Senior 
Committee 4. 

LITTLE, ALAN KENT-Football 1,2,3, 
Captain 2; Varsity Club 3. 

LONG. DEBORAH JEAN 

LONG, JOHN STANLEY 

LOWERY, BUREN MELVIN-Tennis 
2:3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Wrestling 2,3. 

MCCARTHY, GARY WAYNE- 

D.E.C.A. 3,4; Electronics Club 2. 

MCCOY, CHARLES JEFFREY- 

D.E.C.A. 3; Woodshop Club 3. 



SRS.TAKE MAJOR STEP TOWARD FUTURE 



MCCULLON, LINDA ANNMARIE- 

Acapella Choral Group 1,2,3; D.E.C.A. 
2; Y-Teens 2. 

MCDOUGLE, KENNETH CRAIG^Art 

Club 1; Junior Civitan Club 3,4; Spanish 
Club 1,2. 

MCKAY, DAVID RICHARD Gym- 
nastics Team 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. 

MCKEWEN, JANET M ARIE-D.E.C.A. 
3; Drama Club 4. 

MCKOWN, ROBERT FRANCIS 

MABERRY, CATHERINE LOUISE- 

Drama Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, President 
2; Horsewoman 1,2,3; Newspaper Staff 
3,4; Pep Club 3. 

MACANANNY, RAMOND 

MANBY, PAMELA ANNEY-Teens. 

MANDIGO. JR., ROBERT 
CLARENCE-Junior Civitan 3,4; Latin 
Club 2. 

MARIANI, CARLA AIOA-Drijl Team 
1,2,3, Treasurer 2; Sophomore Class 
Treasurer; Y-Teens 1,2, Sargeant-at- 
Arms 1, Treasurer 2. 

MARTIN, ANITA LOUISE Pep Club 
2,3; Y-Teens 1,2. 

MARTIN, CYNTHIA RAY-Annual 
Staff 3; Drill Team 2,3,4; Office Helper 
2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, Treasurer 1,2, Chap- 
lain 3. 

MARTIN, HERBERT WAYNE 

MARTIN, PAMELA LYNN-Keyette 

Club 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1. 

MARTIN, JR., TOMMY EDWARD- 

D.E.C.A. 4. 

MATHIS, JAMES STEVEN-Band A 
1,2,3; D.E.C.A. 4. 

MATNEY, ALEXANDER CARL- 

D.E.C.A. 4. 

MASSENBERG. SAMUEL E.-Art Club 
3; Float Club 1,2,3; J.V. Football 1,2; 
French Club 1,2; Varsity Football 3. 

MAYS, JAMES ROBINFrench Club 
1,2, President 1; Key Club, President 
3,4; J.V. Tennis 2; Newspaper Staff, 
Editor 9; Varsity Tennis 3; Ways and 
Means committee, Chairman 3. 

MEADE, JR., HARRY WILLIAM- 

Band 1,2; Baseball 2; J.V. Football 2; 
Varsity Football 3; Intramural Basket- 
ball 1; Powder Puff Cheerleader 3,4; 
Class Sargeant-at-Arms 1,2; S.C.E. Rep- 
resentative 4; Track and Field 1,3; Var- 
sity Club 3,4; Wrestling 3,4. 

MELTON, WILLIAM ROBERT-Var- 

sity Club 3,4; J.V. Wrestling 1,2; Varsity 
Wrestling 3,4. 

MENGE, ARTHUR GEORGE-Chess 

Club 2; J.V. Football 1,2; Powder Puff 
Football 2; Track 2; U.A.A. 2,3.4; Var- 
sity Football 3. 

MEREDITH, JENNIFER SI^E-Drill 
Team 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3; F.N. A. 1,2; 
Library Helper 1; Clinic Helper; S.C.A. 



Secretary 3; S.C.A. Representative 3; 
Scholastic Team 3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Outstanding Senior 4; Dele- 
gate to Science Symposium; S.C.A. 
President 4; Girl's State 3. 

MICHELA, TERRY ANN— Chorus 

2,3,4. 

MILLER, BRUCE LEE Band 1,2,3,4; 
Chess Club 1,3, President 1; Debate 3,4, 
President 4; Hi-Y 1; History Club 3,4; 
I.C.C. 3,4; Science Club 1. 

MILLER, LINDA LOUISE-D.E.C.A. 

2,3,4. 

MILLER, SHARON ELIZABETH-Drill 
Team 2,3; Spanish Club 1; Y-Teens 2. 

MITCHUM, CHARLES DWIGHT- 

Chess Club 2; J.V. Football 1,2, Captain 
2; Outstanding Senior 4; Powder Puff 
Cheerleader 2; Track Team 2; U.A.A. 
2,3,4, President 4; Varsity Baseball 3; 
Varsity Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Var- 
sity Football 3,4, Captain 3,4; Out- 
standing Offensive Back 4. 

MONTGOMERY ROBERT 
DONALD- Junior Civitan 3,4, Treasurer 
4; Spanish Club 1,2. 

MOORE, CHRIS THOMAS 

MOORE, FRANCES ELIZABETH 

MORENO, LARRY ELAIRO-Band 1; 

J.V. Baseball 1; J.V. Football 2,3. 

MORENO, PATRICIA LOUISE- 

Chorus 1; D.E.C.A. 3,4; F.H.A. 1; I ntra- 
murals 1; Pep Club 1. 

MORGAN, LESLIE STANNE- 

D.E.C.A. 3,4, Historian 4; Pep Club 2; 
Y-Teens 2. 

MORPHIS, MARGARET HELEN- 

Chorus 4; F.H.A. 1,2; Hockey Team 2; 
Tri-Hi-Y 3. 

MORRIS, RONALD BLAKE Art Club 
2,3; D.E.C.A. 3; J.V. Wrestling 2. 

MORRIS, SANDRA BREWER-Drama 
Club 1,2,3; Drill Team 2,3; Thespians 
1,2,3, President 1,2; Y-Teens 2. 

MORRISON, DARCY ANN-Drama 
Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 1,2,3,4, Vice- 
President 3. 

MORROW, JOAN CAROL-Art Club 1; 
F.H.A. 2; Hockey Team 2; Library As- 
sistant 2; Newspaper Staff 1; S.C.A. 
Homeroom Representative 1. 

MORTON, CAROL SUE-Drill Team 
3,4; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4; Hockey Team 
1; Senior Class Historian 4. 

MOSLEY, VENESSA LOUISE-Glrl's 

Club 2; Hockey 1; Softball 2; Spanish 
Club 3. 

MURPHY, WANDA MAE-Art Club 1; 
D.E.C.A. 2,3; Y-Teens-1,2. 

MURRAY, DARDANELLA RUE-Li- 

brary Assistant 4. 

MUSSELMAN, BRENDA DALE-Hoc- 

key Team 1,2,3; S.C.A. Constitution 
Committee 2; S.C.A. Homeroom Repre- 
sentative Alternate 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, 
Secretary 2,3, Vice-President 4. 



NASSIF, PATRICIA ANN-Pep Club 4. 

NEAL, NANCY LEE-F.B.L.A. 3; Pep 
Club 4. 

NELSON, DANNY EUGENE 
NEUMANN, STEPHEN JOSEPH 
NEW, RAYMOND M. 

NEWBERN, LINDA ANN-Keyettes 

2,3,4, Sargeant-at-Arms 4; National 
Honor Society 3.4; Pep Club 1; S.C.A. 
Program Committee 3; S.C.A. Represen- 
tative 4; S.C.A. Ways and Means Com- 
mittee 2; Senior Program Committee 4; 
Treaty Staff 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Vice- 
President 1, President 2, Corresponding 
Secretary 3. 

NEWMAN, DOLORES EMILY 

NEWMAN, JOHN RICHARD-Band 
1.2; S.C.A. Dance Committee 1. 

NEWSOME, SUSAN ANISE-Concert 
Chorus 4. 

NEWTON, DOROTHY ANN-D.E.C.A. 
2, Treasurer 2; Drill Team 1,2,3; F.H.A. 
1; Newspaper Staff 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2. 

NICHOLS, RONELL-J.V. Basketball 
1,2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Varsity Club 
3,4. 

NIXON, KATHLEEN MARIE-F.T.A. 
2,3, Vice-President 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1. 

NUGENT, DOROTHY CHRISTINE- 

Drama Club 1,2,3,4; National Thespian 
4, Vice-President 4. 

OLSON, MICHAEL PAUL-Boy's State 
3; Varsity Baseball 3; J.V. Football 1,2; 
Varsity Football 3.4. Tri-Captain 3; Key 
Club 3.4; Ledger Star Academic Ach- 
ievement Team 3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4. 

O'NEAL, WILLIAM G ILBE RT-Boy's 

State 3; J.V. Basketball 1.2; Varsity Bas- 
ketball 3,4; J.V. Baseball 2; Varsity 
Baseball 3.4; Varsity Football 3; Junior 
Class President; Senior Class President; 
Varsity Club 4; Outstanding Senior 4. 



ORBAN, MARY 

1,2,3,4. 



VI VIAN F.N.A. 



ORDWAY, CONSTANCE NEE-Band 
1,2; Drill Team 2,3; Volleyball Team 2; 
Y-Teens 3. 

OSMUNDSON, LARRY 

OWENS, GAYLE ELAI NE-Cheerleader 
2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; S.C.A. Homeroom 
Representative 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2, Presi- 
dent 1,2. 

PAGE, CATHY LYNN-Annual Staff 
1,2; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Drill Team 3; 
F.H.A. 1; Vice-President of the Fresh- 
man Class; Gymnastics 1,2; Pep Club 1 
S.C.A. Homeroom Representative 
Vice-President of the Sophomore Class 
Y-Teens 1. 

PARHAM, EDITH KAREN-Accapella 

Chorus 1,2,3.4; F.N.A. 1; Majorette 3,4; 
S.C.A. Homeroom Representative 4; 
Senior Council; Senior Decorating Com- 
mittee; Y-Teens 2. 

PARKER, SHELIA R. 



CLASS OF '70 LEAVES MANY 



PARRON, CYNTHIA LEE"Art Club 
3,4, Vice-President 3; Chorus 2,3; Drill 
Team 1,2. 

PASSARIS, CHRYSISSE STAMATIA- 

Junior Board Member 3; Keyettes 2,3,4, 
President 4; National Honor Society 

3,4. 

PAUL, SHARON ANN-Drill Team 3,4; 
S.C.A. Representative 4, Senior Class 
Treasurer. 

PENNINGTON, GEORGE RICHARD 

PERKINSON, JANICE LOUISE- 

F.H.A. 1; Hockey Team 3,4; Library 
Helper 2,4; Pep Club 2; School March- 
ing Unit 3,4. 

PERRY, DON RAY 

PETERSON, KENNETH EUGENE- 

Homeroom Representative 4; Junior 
Civitan 3,4, Sgt.-at.-Arms 3,4; Key Club 
Secretary 3,4; National Honor Society 
3,4; Outstanding Senior 4. 

PHELPS, JUDITH ANNE-F.B.L.A. 3; 
Pep Club 3. 

PHILLIPS, MARY ANITA-Concert 
Chorus 3,4; F.B.L.A., Vice-President 3. 

PIERCE, JAMES MADISON 
PIERCE, WILLIAM SHIRLEY 

PIERSON, SUSAN ELAINE-Art Club 
3; Gymnastics Club 2. 

PITTS, MITCHELL ROBERSON- 

Wrestling; Varsity Wrestling 3,4. 

PLEDGER, CAROLYN ELAINE-Key- 

ette Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Office Helper 4; 
S.C.A. Homeroom Representative 3. 

POFF, STEVEN GARY-Judge of the 
U.A.A.; J.V. Baseball 1,2; Varsity Base- 
ball 3,4; J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Football 
1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity Club, 
Sargeant-at-Arms 3,4. 

PRICE, VINCENT STANLEY-J.V. 
Basketball 1,2; J.V. Football 1,2. 

PRIDDY, DALE MARIE-D.E.C.A. 
2,3,4, President 3; Drill Team 1,2,3,4; 
F.H.A. 1,2,3, President 1,2; Prom Chair- 
man 4; Senior Board Member. 

PROVO, JAMES SHELTON 

PRUITT, PAMELA GAYLF-Art Club 
4; Pep Club 1. 

RALPH. HOWARD CHARLES-Cross 

Country Team 2,4, Varsity Letter 4; De- 
bate Club 3,4; Key Club 3,4; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Track Team 1,2. 

RATLIFF, HENRY FRANKLIN-J.V. 

Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; 
Sportsmanship Award 4; Homeroom 
Representative 1,2,3,4; Track Team 2; 
U.A.A. 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. 

RAY, JACKY EUGENE -D.E.C.A. 4; 
Gymnastics 1,2,3. 

REED, ROGER THOMAS-Band 1.2; 
Homeroom Representative 3; Key Club 
4; National Thespian Society 3,4; 
Tennis Team 2; Wrestling 2. 

REYNOLDS, DEBORAH LYNN-Qirl's 
Athletic Association 1.3; F.T.A. 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3. 



RIEBE, BARBRA CAROL-Chorus 1.4. 

RHOADES, BARBARA JEAN-Pep 
Club 2. 

RICE, DEBRA GRACE-Keyettes 2. 

ROBERTS, GERALD GREY-Band; 
J.V. Tennis 1; Varsity Tennis 3.4; Var- 
sity Club 3.4. 

ROBINSON, EILEEN LORETTA- 

Chorus 1.2.3.4. 

ROBINSON, SARAH GOOD-Assembly 
Member 3; Debate Team 4; Girl's Ath- 
letic Association 2; I.C.C. Represen- 
tative 3; Junior Civitan Club 4; Pep Club 
1; Science Club 3; Service Club 3; 
Spanish Club 3. 

ROBINSON, VALERIE ANN-F.B.L.A. 
4; Homecoming Float Committee 3; Pep 
Squad 3; Prom Decoration Committee 
3. 

ROGERS, JANE SINCLAIR-Art Club 
4; Chess Club 2; Newspaper Staff 1. 

ROOKS, DEBORAH ANN-D.E.C.A. 
3.4. Parliamentarian 4; F.H.A. 1; 
Hockey Team 3; Y-Teens 2. 

ROSS, PAUL CRAIG-J.V. Basketball 
1,2; J.V. Football 1,2,3; Varsity Foot- 
ball 4; J.C.L.— Latin 1.2; Junior Civitan 
3,4, Sargeant-at-Arms 4. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM CLINTON J.V. 
Baseball 2; J.V. Basketball 1; J.V. Foot- 
ball 1; S.C.A. Dance Committee 1. 

SANDERS, DEBRA ANNE-Chorus 1. 

SANDERSON, VANDELI A-D.E.C.A. 

4; Girl's Club 2; Junior Usher Board 2; 
National Honor Society 2; Pep Squad 3; 
Student Council 2; Woodshop I Club 4. 



SAUNDERS, TIMOTHY ALAN-J.V. 
Baseball 2; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Varsity 
Basketball 3,4; Football 3; Varsity Golf 
2,3,4; Varsity Club 4. 

SAVAGE, ROBERT ROSS-Newspaper 
Staff 3; Wrestling Team 1.2. 

SCARBOROUGH, BLUCHER RAL- 
STON— S.C.A. Representative 1; Wood- 
shop Club 1. 



SC H M I DT, PENNY 

1.2.3,4; Drill Team 2.3. 



LU-Chorus 



SCHNEIDER, EVERETT JOSEPH- 

French Club 3; Intramural Basketball 2; 
Intramural Swimming 2; Math Club 3; 
Spanish Club 2. 

SCOTT, DEBORAH ANN Annual 
Staff 2; F.B.L.A. 4; Future Nurses 2; 
Pep Club 2.4. 

SCRANTON, HERBERT H. Varsity 
Football Manager 4. 

SEICK, NANETTE LUREEN-Annuai 
Staff 1,2,3, Business Manager 2; Clinic 
Helper 4; Ring Dance Committee 3; 
S.C.A. Dance Committee 1; S.C.A. 
Representative 3; S.C.A. Ways and 
Means Committee 3; Varsity Cheer- 
leader 4. 



SEITZ, DENISE ROSALEE-D.E.C.A., 
Secretary 2; Drill Team 1,2,3,4, Sec- 
retary 1, President 2, Captain 3,4; 



Gymnastics 1,2,3; Homeroom Represen- 
tative 1,2.3; Y-Teens 1. 

SENEKER. JOHN AUSTINE-Latin 
Club 1.2. 



SHARPE. SUSAN CAROLYN-Drill 
Team 2.3,4, President 3.4; Homeroom 
Representative 1; S.C.A. Dance Com- 
mittee 4; Senior Council; Y-Teens 1.2. 



SHELL, JULIA VERCI LLI A-Chorus 

3,4; Epsilon Club 1,2; Junior Prom 
Decoration Committee 3; Senior Prom 
Decoration Committee 4; S.C.A. Repre- 
sentative 1.2; Senior Council 4. 

SHERMAN, MARY ANN-Art Club 3; 
Crafts Club 4; Drill Team 2; Gymnastics 
2; Pep Club 4. 

SHEVOCK, MICHAEL WALTER-- 

D.E.C.A. 3,4. 

SIMMO-NS, DONNA FRANCINE- 

Chorus 1.2; F.H.A. 1. 

SIMMONS, JANET GAYLE 

SIMMONS, ROBERT ALLEN-Band 
1.2; Wrestling Team 1.2. 

SITTERSON, KATHY ANNE- 

D.E.C.A. 3; F.B.L.A., Historian 3; Pep 
Club 2,3, Secretary 3; Y-Teens 2,3. 

SKILES, CAROL DARLENE-Chorus 
1.2.3,4, President 1, Librarian 3; F.H.A. 
1; F.S.A. 2; Softball All-Stars 2,3; Tri- 
Hi-Y 3. 

SKINNER, RUTH EVOLYN 

SMALL, LINDA CURTIS-Drill Team 
2,3,4, Vice-President 3,4; I.C.C. 3,4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4; Powder Puff 
Football Team 2.3,4; Y-Teens 1,2.3.4, 
Vice-President 1,2,3,4. 

SMITH, BERKLEY BERNARD- 

French Club 1; Junior Civitan 2; Key 
Club 4; S.C.A. Homeroom Represen- 
tative 2; Spanish Club 3,4. 

SMITH, BRENDA JOYCE-Chorus 

1.2.4; F.H.A. 2.3. 

SMITH, GARY WAYNE 
SMITH, MARY JO-D.E.C.A. 2. 

SMITH, RICHARD TERRIE-J.V. Bas- 
ketball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 3; J.V. 
Golf Team 1; Varsity Golf Team 2,3,4, 
2nd Place in State High School Tour. 

SMITH, WILLIAM CHARLES-J.V. 

Football 2; Track Team 2,3,4; Varsity 
Club 3,4. 

SMITHDEAL, MELISSA DAWN- 

D.E.C.A. 4; S.C.A. Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2; Varsity Hockey 2,3; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3. 

SNOWDEN, JOHNNY-Varsity Basket- 
ball 3; J.V. Football 2; Varsity Football 
3; S.C.A. Representative 4. 

SNOWDEN, PERNELL BOSTON 

LEE -Football 3; Track Team 2; Wood- 
shop Club 2,4. 

SNYDER, GREGORY MARSHALL- 
Debate Club 3; Electronics Club, Trea- 
surer 2. 



POSITIONS TO BE FILLED 



SOKOL, JACQUENLYN ANN-G.A.A. 

3 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Powder Puff Football 
3,4. 

SOREY, ROY EDWARD— Wrestling 
Team 1,2,3. 

SPARKS, BARBARA ANN D.E., 
Vice-President* 3,4; S.C.A. Represen- 
tative 1,2. 

SPRINGSTON, CLAUD REX-J.V. 
Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4, President 4 
Newspaper Staff 4; Varsity Club 3,4 
J.V. Wrestling Team 1,2, Co-captain 2 
Varsity Wrestling Team 3,4. 

STAHLING, MARY LYNN-Art Club 
4; German Club 1,2,3; Prom Committee 
3,4; Track Team 2. 

STANTON, EARL GIRARD-Band 

1,2,3,4; Cross Country 3,4; Indoor 
Track 3; Spring Track 2,3. 

STINNETT, DEBRA GAIL-Drill Team 
2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; Gymnastics 2. 

STOGSDILL, MARY ELLEN Chorus 
1,3,4; D.E. Club 3,4; Pep Club 2,3. 

STONE, S.J. Jr.-J.V. Football 2; 
Spanish Club 1. 

STROUT, WILLIAM ALONZO, JR. 

SW A RTZENT R U BE R , DAVID 

LEORY-Woodwork Club 2,3. 

TABRON, CLAUDIA-D.E. Club 4; 
F.H.A. 2,3,4; Spanish Club. 

TAYLOR, HARRY BRUCE-J.V. Bas- 
ketball 1,2; J.V. Football 1,2; Track 3; 
Varsity Basketball 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. 

TAYLOR, JOSEPH DWAINE 

TAYLOR, MICHAEL PAUL-J.V. 

Tennis 2; Key Club 3,4; Spanish Club 
1,2; Vice-President 1,2; Varsity Club 
3,4; Varsity Tennis 3,4. 

TAYLOR, MILDRED MAE-Tri-Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4. 

TAYLOR, RALPH MASON 

TEAGLE, RICHARD MICHAEL Cross 
Country 3; J.V. Football 1,2; Key Club 
3,4; Senior Council; Varsity Club 3,4; 
Varsity Tennis 3,4. 

TEMPLETON, GAIL LOUISE-Crafts 
Club 3. 

TENCH, JOANNE SAUNDERS— Drill 

Team 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,4. 

TERRANOVA, JOANNE-Pep Club 
1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2. 

THIEM, LORELEI ANN— Chorus 1,2; 
F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Pep Club 1; 
Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Secretary 4; Powder Puff 
Football 4. 

THOMAS, GARY MICHAEL-Annual 
Staff 1,2,3; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; French 
club 1,2, Treasurer 2; Key Club 3,4; 
Thespians 2,3,4; School plays 1,2,3,4. 

THOMAS, LESTER HAROLD-Boy's 

State 3; J.V. Football 2; Outstanding 
Senior 4; Senior Council; Vansity Club 
3,4; Varsity Football 3,4, Outstanding 
Offensive Lineman 4. 



THOMPSON, LARRY STUART— J.V. 

Basketball 2; Latin Club 2,3; Science 
Club 1. 

TODD, JOSEPH PENDON lll-J.V. Bas- 
ketball 1,2; J.V. Soccer 1,2; Varsity Bas- 
ketball 3; Varsity CLub 3; Varsity 
Soccer 3. 

TOOMBS, THOMAS EARL 

TRAUTHWEIN, JOYCE MARIE-Qrill 
Team 4; Library Assistant 1,2,3. 

TULLOCK, PATTI ANN-Art Club 1, 
Treasurer 1; Junior Civitan 3; Keyettes 
2,3,4, Treasurer 2,3, Vice-President 4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 3. 



TURNER, CATHERINE SUE-Hockey 
2,3,4, Captain 2,4, Co-Captain 3; Key- 
ettes 2,3,4; Secretary 2,3; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2. 

TYSON, LYNN ANNE-Chorus 4; Tri- 
Hi-Y 3,4. 

VAILLANCOURT, BARBARA JOAN 



VANAUKEN, PAUL NEIL-Band 1. 
VANLANDINGHAM, NANCY LEE 
VARELAS,'HELEN 



VARIOT, DENNIS MICHAEL-D.E. 
Club 4; J.V. Wrestling 1. 

VENABLE, JEFFREY CHARLES- 

D.E. Club 3,4; J.V. Baseball 2. 

WAID, LEWIS RANDOLPH-Chorus 

3,4; French Club 1; National Honor 
Society 3,4, Sargeant-at-Arms 3,4; Out- 
standing Student. 

WALLACE, HARLEY ELLSWORTH 

WALLACE, KATHLEEN CECILIA- 

D.E. Club 1,2,3, Historian 2,3; Drill 
Team 2; S.C.A. Representative 1,2; 
Y-Teens 1,2. 

WARD, SHARON Al LEEN-Junior 

Civitan 4; Keyettes 3,4, Historian 3,4; 
Spanish Club 2,3, Secretary 2, Treasurer 
3; Y-Teens 1. 

WATSON, BOBBY STEVEN 

WEBB, JAMES HERSHELL-J.V. Foot- 
ball 1; Track 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; 
President 3; Varsity Football 3,4, Co- 
Captain 3,4, Outstanding Defensive 
Lineman 4. 

WERNICK, DONALD WILLIAM Band 
1,2,3,4; J.V. Football 2. 

WESTON, ROBERT WAYNE-Band 
1,2,3,4; Assistant Drum Major 3,4. 

WHITE, DANIEL CLARK-Teenage 

Safety Committee 4; Track 1; TYW 4. 

WHITE, MARY CATHERINE-French 
Club 1,2; Junior Civitan Club 3,4; Li- 
brary Assistant 1,2,3,4. 

WHITE, RUBY KAY-F.H.A. 1,2,3, 
Secretary 2,3; Senior Dance Committee 

4. 

WHITE, WARREN RAY-Band 1,2,3; 
Prom Decorations Committee 3,4; Key 
Club 4. 



WHITLOW, JOHN HARVEY-S.C.A. 

Representative 1,2; Spanish Club 1. 

WIAN,ANN EILEEN-Cheerleader 1,2; 
Gymnastics 1,2, 3, 4,Captain 3; KHS Out- 
standing Girl Gymnast Award 3; Miss 
Image 2; Pep Club 3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. 

WILCOX, LINDA LEE-Hockey 2,3,4; 
Junior Civitan 3,4; Y-Teens 2. 

WILLIAMS, ALLIE LEE-Drill Team 
1,2; Junior Honor Society. 

WILLIAMS, BEVERLY LYNN-Stu- 
dent Guidance Committee; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. 

WILLIAMS, CASSANDRA DENISE- 

Pep Club 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Woodshop 
Club 4. 

WILLIAMS, DENISE ELLEN-Tri-Hi-Y 
1,2; F.B.L.A. 3. 

WILLIAMS, JANET GRACE— Prom 

Decorations Committee 4; Drill Team 
1,2; Pep Club 3; Y-Teens 1. 

WILLIAMS, JUDY 

WILLIAMS, TIMOTHY JAMES-Key 

Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4. 

WILLIFORD, JULIUS JERALD 

WILMOTH, LINDA SUE-Annual Staff 
1,2, Editor 1; Y-Teens 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; 
Drama 1; Gymnastic Team 1; Inter-Club 
Council 1. 

WILSON, LINDA EILEEN-Homeroom 
Representative 4; Junior Civitan 3,4; 
I.C.C. Representative 3; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Office Helper 4; Tri-Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4, President 3. 



WILSON, STEPHEN ANTHONY- 

Annual Staff 1,2,3,4, Business Manager 
4; Key Club 3; S.C.A. Ways and Means 
Committee 2. 

WINDOM, MICHAEL DAVID— French 
Club 1,2; Key Club 3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4. 

WINTERS, DAVID LEE-D.E. Club 2; 
Key Club 3. 

WOLFE, KEITH M.-Woodshop Club 3. 

WOOD, KATHRYN LOUISE French 
Club 1,2; I.C.C. Representative 3,4; 
Junior Civitan 3,4, President 3,4; Li- 
brary Assistant 2,3,4. 

WOODS, ROBERT MCWILLIAMS- 

Golf 1,2,3,4; J.V. Football 2; Key Club 
3,4. 

WOOLARD, BARBARA JEAN 

YORK, BARBARA ANN-D.E. Club 1; 
Pep Club 2,3,4, President 3; Y-Teens 
1.2. 

YOST, JEANNE KAY-Drill Team 
1,2,3,4; Keyettes 2,3,4, Vice-President 
2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2. 



YOUNG, JANET MAUREEN-Drill 
Team 1,2,3; Gymnastics 3,4; Home- 
room Representative 1; Newspaper Staff 
1; S.C.A. Program Committee 1; 
Y-Teens 1,2. 

YOUNG, LARRY WENDELL 



Index 



ABBOTT, JEANETTE 70,173 

ABBOTT, MELISSA 173 

ADAIR, ROBIN 65.82,135 

ADAMS, SUSAN 185 

ADAMS, TERESA 70,185 

ADCOCK, MICHAEL 67,135 

ADCOCK, MONICA 41,46,47,48.64,82,131,135 

ADDINGTON, CAROL 63,135 

ADKINS, BECKY 52.173 

ADKINS, MIKE 185 

AGOLINI, VIRGINIA 135 

AINSLEV, KEN 173 

AKERS, SHARON 71,73,135 

ALBRECHT. BRUCE 173 

ALDRIDGE, BOBBY 67,173 

ALEWINE, ALLEN 67,173 

ALLEY, KATHY 135 

AMBURN, DEBBIE 185 

AMOS, DEBBIE 173 

ANDERSON, ANDY 75.185 

ANDERSON, GAIL 71,173 

ANGLEN, SHARON 173 

ANGLIN, ROBERT 185 

ANNAS, TERRY 46,79,185 

ARNOLD, PATRICK 68,75,185 

ARRANT, VICKIE 135 

ASHBY, LEE 185 

ASHLEY, JOHN 185 

ASKEW, CURTIS 185 

ASKEW. KENNY 135,173 

ATKINS, DEBBIE 185 

ATKINS, DOUGLAS 173 

AUMICK, DEBBIE 64.65.173 

AUSTIN, EDDIE 46,67,135 

AUSTIN, JOSH 185 

AUSTIN, BOB 173 

AYERS, CURTIS 185 



B 
BAGNALL. JANIS 77.79,173 
BAIN. PETE 185 
BAKER, AINSLIE 74,77,173 
BAKER, SAMMY 173 
BALL. SHARON 62,173 
BALL, STEVEN 123,185 
BALLENTINE, JANET 185 
BALZ, EDWARD 136 
BANAAG, DEBBIE 185 
BANK, ELWOOD 136 
BANKS. JIMMY 185 
BARBEE, NANCI 64,76,83,136 
BARBER, KATHY 173 
BARCO. DEBBIE 74.173 
BARFOOT. DEBBIE 185 
BARFOOT, GLORIA 136 
BARNES. DEBORAH 173 
BARNES, JEFF 185 
BARNES. MARK 185 
BARNES, SUSAN 52.173 
BARNETT. MARK 66.173 
BARONET. ANNA 67,136 
BARRY. DEBBI 60.185 
BARTLETT, DIANA 173 
BARTON. CAROL 173 
BASNIGHT. BARRY 136 
BASNIGHT, TRENACE 46,64,172,173 
BATEMAN, JUDY 71.75.173 
BATEMAN. RAMON 173 
BATES. JOHN 85.185 
BAXTER, BILL 185 
BAYNOR. JOHN 90.126,173 
BEACHAM, BUNKY 185 
BEAMON, BECKY 79,173 
BEARDEN, ROBBIN 185 
BEGLEY, CHRISTINE 136 
BEILER, PAUL 185 
BELL, DENNIS 53,185 
BELL. MIKE 60,136 
BENJAMINSON. BETH 59,63,76 
BENNERS, JO ANNE 173 
BENNETT, DEBI 51.63.80.130.133.136 
BENNETT. RANDY 185 
BERRY. DAVID 71,173 
BESS. ANNE 173 
BIANCHI. CHRIS 185 
BICKEL. BERNA 173 
BILLARI, DELANE 74,136 
BILLARI, MIKE 53,69,112,113,114,185 
BISHOP, BRENDA 173 
BISHOP, JEFF 173 
BLACKBURN, CINDY 136 
BLAKE, RODNEY 126.185 
BLAND. ANDY 185 
BLAND, ROBERT 61,136 
BLAYLOCK, KENNETH 68,71,72.137 
BLESSING. JOANN 174 
BLESSING. JOHN 185 
BLIESE. KARL 185 
BLOUNT. MIKE 71.174 
BLY. CLYDE 185 
BOGGS. JOHN 185 
BOND. LAURA LEIGH 174 
BONNEY, CINDY 137 
BONNY, LARRY 137 
BOOHER, KAREN 120,185 
BOONE, DEBBIE 174 
BORDELON. SHELLY 64.185 
BOWDOIN, DANIEL 137 
BOWLES, JAMES 174 
BOWMAN, ARTIE 185 
BOWMAN. BRUCE 185 

BOWMAN. DEBORAH 42,44,76.133,137 
BOYD, CHERI 70,185 
BOYD, MICHAEL 112,113,185 
BRACE. CHRIS 185 



BRACE, RICK 71.72.185 

BRADFORD. RUSS 185 

BRADLEY, ROBBIN 185 

BRADSHAW, ELLIE 50,52,62,186 

BRAM, CHRISTOPHER 4 7,52,130,137 

BRAM, NANCY 52,174 

BRANCH, TRICIA 60.65,174 

BRANDT. LYNN 58,174 

BRANNON, CONNIE 77,186 

BRANNON, VICKIE 186 

BRATTON. LINDA 186 

BRAZIER. BILL 174 

BREEN, BERNARD 71,72.186 

BREEN. TERESA 137 

BREWER, DEBORAH 137 

BREWER, FRED ALLEN 114,186 

BREWER, MARY 49,186 

BRIDEN, MARCIA 46,71,186 

BRIGHT, GLORIA 74,138 

BRINKLEY, GREG 123,124.186 

BRINKLEY. KENT 59,61.71.73,138 

BRITT, DANNY 130,138 

BRITT, JOANNE 186 

BROWN, BONNIE 186 

BROWN, DEBBIE 58,138 

BROWN, LINDA 130,138 

BROWN, RICHARD 186 

BROWN, SCOTT 67,186 

BROWN, TIM 186 

BROWNE, JERRY 85,186 

BRUEN, RICHARD 186 

BRUNS, RHONDA 53,174 

BRYAN, JEFFRIE 46,96,97,138 

BRYAN. MARK 174 

BRYAN. PAULA 186 

BRYAN. PATTY 174 

BRYANT, GINA 174 

BRYANT, VIRGINIA 138 

BRYANT, SONNY 48.71.138 

BUCHANAN, RICHARD 174 

BULL, JOHN 186 

BULLOCK, DEBRA 186 

BULLOCK, TRINA 64,186 

BUIMAN, ARTIE 114,123 

BURBAGE, BARRY 138 

BURDEN, VAL 186 

BURKS, NATHAN 174 

BURKS. TIM 186 

BURNETTE. NANCY 186 

BURNS, JEFF 139 

BUSCHER, BETH 174 

BUSCHER, KATHRYN 45,64,139 

BUTLER, NANCY 174 

BUTT, DONNA 186 

BYRD, CHRIS 174 

BYRD, WILLIAM 139 



CABRAL, DENNIS 139 

CAGLE, JONI 186 

CALEVAS, JEFF 74,174 

CALHOUN, MICHAEL 69,122.139 

CAMP, ANNETTE 186 

CAMP, LESLIE 40.139 

CANDEN, RANDY 186 

CANNON. MICHAEL 139 

CAPUTO. KATHY 67,139 

CAPUTO, BOB 174 

CARMEN, DONNA 186 

CARPER, LYNN 186 

CARPENTER, DEBI 174 

CARR, REBECCA 46,62,130,139 

CARRIS. GREG 174 

CARROLL, DEANNA 76,77,139 

CARROLL. GARRY 185 

CARROLL, JACK 69,102,123,126,186 

CARROLL, JANET 65,83.139 

CARROLL. JEFF 186 

CARROLL. BECKY 67 

CARROLL. RICKY 174 

CARRY. KATHY 50,139 

CARRY, PAT 53,189 

CARRY. BILL 123.174 

CARTER, BARBARA 186 

CARTER, CAROLYN 71,186 

CARTER, DEBBIE 65,74,174 

CARTER, ELAINE 1.74 

CARTER, MICHAEL 102,103,140 

CARTWRIGHT. LINDA 186 

CARVELL. JUDY 186 

CASH, STEVE 186 

CECIL. ELAINE 140 

CHALK. LINDA 186 

CHAPMAN. RICK 140 

CHARAUD. ALAN 186 

CHARLTON. TWI LA 62,174 

CHERRY, NANCY 186 

CHETISTER, KATHY 186 

CHILDERS. JOANNE 76,140 

CHOBOT, JOHN 140 

CHUDACEK, JOHN 50,71,72,174 

CIOTTI, JOHN 186 

CIOTTA, RITA 53,174 

CLANTON, DEBBIE 186 

CLARK, DORTHY 74,174 

CLARK, KATHY 58,140 

CLARK, MARIA 74 

CLAYTON, MIKE 175 

CLINE, JOHN 140 

CLYBURN, BRENDA 46,187 

COATES, DAVID 140 

COBB, BARBARA 175 

COCHRANE, DEBBIE 175 

COFFELT, DEBBIE 187 

COFFMAN, PAT 71,73.187 

COHOON, ELAINE 70,175 

COLE, MIKE 60,175 

COLEY. DARLENE 67 

COLEY. RAY 187 

COLLINS. PATRICE 175 

COLOSI, STEVE 175 

CONAWAY, SHARON 70.187 

CONBOY. RICK 51.140 

CONLEY, WARNELL 175 



CONNOR. DAYNA 52,187 
CONWELL, LINDA 62.70.175 
COOK, DARLA 175 
COOK, JIM 53,90,114,175 
COOK, KATHY 140 
COOK, MIKE 141 
COOK, MIKE 175 
COOK. TERRY 187 
COOPER, JANET 70,187 
COOPER. MARY 74.187 
COPELAND. LYNETTE 74.83.141 
COOPERSMITH. SANDRA 187 
CORBIN, MIKE 141 
CORBIN, PAT i87 
CORDON, SONNY 175 
CORDON, TRACY 187 
COSTELLO, ERIC 187 
COSTNER, BARBARA 63,80,175 
COTTRELL, SUZETTA 175 
COUNTER. BOB 123.187 
COVINGTON. CHARLENE 76,141 
COX, DEBBY 141 
COX, JERRY 187 
COX, WILLIAM 50,55,175 
CRAIN, SHARON ANNE 175 
CRAMER, RICKY 67,175 
CRAWFORD, HERSEY 67,175 
CRESSMAN, PATTY 77,175 
CRISS, DAVID 187 
CROCKETT. SUSAN 175 
CROMWELL. JUDY 66.141 
CRONCE. MIKE 60.65.141 
CROSS. DALE 187 
CROTTS. JIMMY 141 
CROUCH, BRENDA 187 
CROWTHER. ERNIE 175 
CRUNK. GAIL 77,187 
CUFFEE, BUDDY 172,175 
CUFFEE, JOSEPH 175 
GULP, RICHARD 175 
CULPEPPER, LYNN 187 
CUMMINGS, BECKY 141 
CUPP. LADONNA 14 
CURLING, CLAY 116,175 
CURRY, GARY 141 
CUTRELL, GREG 123,126,187 



DANIEL. RICK 187 

DANIELS. SCOTT 61.112,187 

DAUGHERTY. DAVID 187 

DAVIDSON. DON 187 

DAVIES. LARRY 52.175 

DAVIS, BARRY 187 

DAVIS, CHERYL 74,142 

DAVIS. DEBBIE 70.187 

DAVIS. DELORES 187 

DAVIS. DON 142 

DAVIS. JANICE 141 

DAVIS. JILL 70.187 

DAVIS. JOY 70.77.175 

DAVIS, JOYCE 175 

DAVIS, LINDA 67,142 

DAVIS. MICHAEL 67 

DAVIS. MILDRED 187 

DAVIS, NANCY 52,187 

DAVIS, RAY 67,142 

DAVIS, ROBERT 187 

DAVIS, THOMAS 125,126,187 

DAWS, ELAINE 70,187 

DAWSON, JOHN 65,71,72,175 

DAWSON, PATTY 65,187 

DAY, RICHARD 71,72,175 

DEAN. GREG 187 

DEAN. JO 74.187 

DEATON, "DINO" 46.69,96,99.101.142 

DECOOK, DAVID 187 

DEEMER, BRUCE 46,175 

DEEMS, JEFF 175 

DEGLOW, JERRY 112,175 

DEGLOW, RICK 90,187 

DENNIS, ADELE 62,187 

DEYNCOURT, TRACY 187 

DIAZ, HAROLD 59,112,175 

DIAZ, LARRY 69,90,112,114,115,142 

DICKENS. STEVE 142 

DICKINSON. JAN 60.187 

DILDY. RICKY 71.187 

DISNEY. JOHN 73,74,75,175 

DIVELBISS, LINDA 175 

DIVERS. CLAUD RUFUS 187 

DIXON, LAURA 187 

DIXON, MIKE 72,187 

DIXON, RAY 142 

DIXON, SUSAN 187 

DODD, BECKY 52,90,187 

DODD, KAREN 70.175 

DODD, LINDA 187 

DOGGETT, JULIA 58,175 

DOLORESCO, GREG 46,61,69,90,142 

DOMMEE. CINDY 43,52.64,80,175 

DOMMEE, MARY 46.79,187 

DORAN, JOHN 59,71.127.187 

DORTON, GLYNIS 83,187 

DORTON, LARRY 143 

DOUGLAS, KEITH 175 

DOXEY, CLYDE 123,187 

DOZIER, CATHY 46,63,143 

DRAGAS, GREG 130,143 

DRISCOLL, GERRY 187 

DUBOIS, LARRY 116,187 

DUBOIS. TOM 71.72,187 

DUDLEY. DONNA 70,74.175 

DUGROO, KATHY 143 

DULL, KEVIN 175 

DUNSTAN. NORTON 69,75,90,175 

DURHAM, LORI 62,65,143 

DUVALL. SUSAN 175 



EAGAN, DEBBY 62,175 



210 



EAGAN, ROBERT 51,130,143 

EASON, DEBBIE 62,175 

EDMONDS, LINDA 71,143 

EDMONDS, LEE 50,69,90,112,114,126,175 

EDWARDS, CHARLOTTE 77,176 

EGAS, LARRY 187 

ELMORE. SUSAN 143 

ENGEBRETSEN, DALE 61,67 

ERICKSON, GARY 187 

ESTES, STEVE 61,187 

EVERETT, CATHY 143 

EVERETT, CRYSTAL 187 

EWALD, DEBBIE 82,176 

EWELL, LEE 102,103,105,143 



FACENDA, DEBBIE 143 

FALCONER, PEARCE 143 

FALLS, LESLIE 63,80,176 

FARIS, DARLENE 187 

FECI, LINDA 176 

FELCHNER, MARY 64,83,144 

FELTS, WANDA 65,176 

FERRELL, CAROLYN 74 

FERRIS, BOBBY 176 

FERRIS, CAROL 187 

FIORE, DEBBIE 70,188 

FISHER, JULIE 46,52,63,188 

FISHER, MIKE 113,114,176 

FISHER, RICHARD 71,72,188 

FLANIGAN, PATRICIA 74,75,176 

FLEET. KEVIN 144 

FLEET, RYLAND 188 

FLEMING, RICKY 188 

FLETCHER, STEVE 176 

FLOCK, BETSY 188 

FOGLE, NANCY 74,144 

FOGLE, WAYNE 188 

FOLEY, MIKE 176 

FONTANILLA, TONY 188 

FORBES, BILL 176 

FORBES, BONNIE 120,188 

FORBES, DANNY 188 

FORBES, DAVID 188 

FORBES, SARAH 63,188 

FOREHAND, DEBBY 46,79,188 

FOREMAN, DOUG 69,112,144 

FORLINES, RICK 176 

FOSTER, KEVIN 188 

FOSTER, TIM 188 

FOX, LINDA 130,144 

FOX. BOB 176 

FOX, RONNIE 63,80,81,144 

FRANCIS, MARK 112,188 

FRAZIER, JULtA 59,64,188 

FREEMAN, DAVID 188 

FREEMAN, DEBORAH 188 

FREEMAN, DOROTHY 71,72,188 

FREEMAN, PHYLLIS 188 

FREEMAN. SHIRLEY 144 

FRENCH, ROBIN 74,144 

FUENTES, MARGARET 46,64,188 

FUESTON, BUD 46,176 

FUESTON, MATTHEW 67,144 

FULCHER, ALICE 67,188 

FULCHER, JERRY 74,75,112,116,176 

FULCHER, ROSS 112,116,117,144 

FULCHER. ROY 188 

FUNDERBURK, RAY 46,50,52,69,90,144 

FUNK, BRENDA 70,188 



GABLE, BARRY 188 

GABLE, BRENDA 44,130 

GABLE, JULIE 176 

GABLE, TOM 45 

GAMBILL, VICKI 75,176 

GANDY, LUCINDA 188 

GARCIA, MIKE 188 

GARDNER, PATRINA 176 

GARDNER, BILL 176 

GARRETT, JANET 176 

GARRETT, VENIE 188 

GARRISON, BARB 40,46,63,80,83,131,145 

GASKIN, DEBBE 145 

GATES, DON 176 

GATLIN, ROBERT 176 

GAWTHROP, CHERYL 188 

GEORGE, DIANNE 176 

GEORGE, FRANK 145 

GEORGE, JERI 188 

GEORGE, MARK 188 

GEORGE, STEVE 188 

GEORGE, WILLIE 114,188 

GERSCH, MARTY 67,176 

GETRIGE, LINDA 176 

GIBBS, BILL 176 

GIBBS, DEBBIE 188 

GIBBS, MIKE 176 

GIBSON, BARBARA 84,188 

GIBSON, JEANIE 176 

GIBSON, LINDA 188 

GIBSON, MARY 83,145 • 

GIBSON, ROGER 123,176 

GIFFORD, BRENDA 188 

GILBERT, PAM 62,64,188 

GILBERT, STEVEN 69,90,102,104,106,145 

GILCHRIST, JANE 188 

GILCHRIST, MARION 188 

GILCHRIST, THERLEAN 188 

OILMAN, DAVID 53,61,176 

GILLS, ANDREW 188 

GILSDORF, WARREN 145 

GITTINGER, JODY 176 

GLADDEN, JENNEIL 145 

GODFREY, GERRY 176 

GODFREY, VICKIE 188 

GODWIN, CATHY 83,176 

GOFFRIER, KAREN 188 

GOODMAN, LINDA 176 



GOODMAN, PHIL 67,146 
GOODWIN, TERRI 77,82,176 
GOODSON, PAULA 146 
GORDON, DONNIE 67,146 
GORDON, KATHY 85,121,188 
GORELICK, PAM 49,146 
GOURLEY, JOHN 188 
GOURLEY, TERESA 146 
GRADY, JOAN 46,74,75,79,176 
GRANDFIELD, NICOLE 146 
GRAY, ERIC 188 
GRAY, KATHLEEN 146 
GRAY, MARCIE 188 
GRAY, SHELLEY 188 
GREEN, CHARLES 188 
GREGORY, LINDA 176 
GRIFFIN, DEAN 116,176 
GRIM, LIZ 188 
GRIMES, DEBBIE 176 
GRIMSLEY, SUE 77,176 
GROCHMAL, PHI L 69,96,98,1 06, 146 
GULOTTA, JOHN 176 
GURGANUS, BARBARA 124,188 
GURGANUS, DEAN 188 
GWALTNEY, RONNIE 46,188 



HADDOCK, RICK 116,188 

HAGER, SUSAN 176 

HALL, CLAUDE 72,147 

HALL, CLAY 188 

HALL, DELL 188 

HALL, HARRY 112,114,115,188 

HALL, RICKY 176 

HALPRIN, SUSAN 188 

HALSEY, KAYE 47,51,62,120,130,147 

HALSEY, MARLIN 188 

HAMMITT, GENE 188 

HAMPTON, SHEREE 52,176 

HANBURY, CINDY 58,188 

HANCOCK, BILL 147 

HANCOCK, BUTCH 147 

HANSEN, DENNIS 189 

HANSON, JEFF 52,189 

HARDIN, PAT 62,189 

HARDING, SUSAN 176 

HARDISON, CINDY 147 

HARDY, KENNY 61,147 

HARDY, PHYLLIS 63,189 

HARPER, SHERRY 189 

HARREL, DOUG 71,72,189 

HARRELL, GREGORY 177 

HARRINGTON, GAY 189 

HARRIS, BARBARA 189 

HARRIS, BEBE 189 

HARRIS, BILLY 102,103,147 

HARRIS, CHERYL 177 

HARRIS, CINDY 189 

HARRIS, HELEN 177 

HARRIS, JACKIE 74,177 

HARRIS, LORETTA 189 

HARRIS, PAM 58,177 

HARRIS, RUTH 74 

HARRISON, CHERYL 177 

HARRISON, RONNIE 189 

HART, PAT 52,177 

HARTLOVE, EDDIE 189 

HARTLOVE, TOM 147 

HASKINS, CAROL 189 

HASLE, VALERIE 70,74,189 

HASS, WILLIAM 61,177 

HATCH, MARK 189 

HATCHER, GLENN 189 

HATSTAT, PETE 61,147 

HAUCK, DON 69,90,106,124,189 

HAYES, NANCY 147 

HEAD, DANNA 77,177 

HEATH, BERT 46,189 

HEATH, PEGGY 45,51,63,71,130,132,147 

HEATHERLEY, KAYE 189 

HEFFINGTON, CHARLIE 61, 148 

HEINTZELMAN, KENT 69,106,177 

HENDERSON, DENNIS 177 

HENDREN, WANDA 58,112,118,177 

HENDRICKS, PAT 64,189 

HENDRICKSON, LINDA 189 

HENSLEY, SANDY 189 

HERNDON, JERRY 67,69,90,116,177 

HERNDON, GLENDA 189 

HEWITT, JANIE 74,189 

HEWITT, JOy 71,75,148 

HEWITT, THERESA 148 

HICKEY, CATHY 48,63.130,148 

HICKMAN, BETH 51,74,130,148 

HICKMAN, MICHAEL 96,100,126,177 

HICKS, CINDY 62,120,189 

HIENSCH, KAREN 148 

HIENSCH, SUSAN 189 

HILL, BUNNY 148 

HILL, CHARLES 177 

HILL, EDDIE 189 

HILL, JIMMY 69,90,177 

HILL, LARRY 71,177 

HILL, MARK 108,109.148 

HILL, PAT 189 

HILLEGASS, CATHY 60,77.177 

HILLEGAS, MIKE 189 

HILLIARD. NEVA 120.177 

HINSON. ROBERT 189 

HITCHINGS. LINDA 82.177 

HOBBS. DEBBIE 148 

HOBSON. GINGER 70.189 

HODGES, KENNY 67,177 

HODNETT, EDITH 189 

HODNETT, PUAL 189 

HOFFMAN, CECILE 71,72,189 

HOFFMAN, ELENA 64,120,177 

HOFFMANN, CHRIS 46,149 

HOLCOMB. STEVE 189 

HOLLAND, BARRY 50,177 

HOLLAND, HENRY 177 

HOLLAND, TOMMY 68,190 



HOLLOWAY, ALVIN 177 
HOLT, STEPHANIE 48,190 
HOLTON, JOHN 123,190 
HOOPER, BUD 69,90,149 
HOOVER, LOIS 65,190 
HOPPE. NANCY 177 
HORTON. STEVE 71.72.190 
HORTON. DEAN 190 
HOWARD. ROBERT 190 
HUDGINS, RENEE 63.149 
HUDSON, DEBBIE 74.177 
HUGHES. JUDY 45.53.118,149 
HUGHES, MARVIN 177 
HUGHES, MELANIE 84,149 
HULOCK, CINDY 177 
HUNT, CAROL 74,75,120,190 
HUNT, LYNN 74,177 
HUINTER, JOYCE 177 
HUNTZINGER, JAMES 85.190 
HURDLE. JULIUS 69.90.114,115,190 
HYMAN, SHERYL 177 
HYMONS, ARTHUR 68,90,125,177 



I 
INGE, JERRY 90,114,115,190 
INGLE, IVIE 67,177 
ISDELL, LYNNE 178 



JACKSON, DON 112,114,123,125,190 

JACKSON, ROBERT 190 

JAMES, JUNE 71,72,178 

JENKINS, CLIFF 149 

JENKINS, SHARON 178 

JENNINGS, MIKE 123,125,190 

JOHNS, WANDA 190 

JOHNSON, JOHNNY 149 

JOHNSON, BARB 77.150 

JOHNSON, BOB 178 

JOHNSON, CINDY 42,49,63,77,178 

JOHNSON, GLADYS 74,150 

JOHNSON. HELEN 190 

JOHNSON. JAMES 123,190 

JOHNSON, JOANNE 76,150 

JOHNSON, JOHN 116,150 

JOHNSON, MIKE 178 

JOHNSON, BOB 67,150 

JOHNSON, STEVE 116,117,190 

JOHNSTON, BILL 150 

JONES, CATHY 67,178 

JONES, CHRIS 59,123,190 

JONES, DANNY 49,51,61,130,150 

JONES, DEBBIE 74,75,83,178 

JONES, LIBBY 178 

JONES, HANK 59,190 

JONES, KAREN 150 

JONES, LINDA 178 

JONES, MELINDA 42,63,150 

JONES, NANCY 150 

JONES, NANCY 190 

JONES, PAT 46,67,150 

JONES, PATTI 71,178 

JONES, PATRICIA 70,72,190 

JONES, RONNIE 190 

JONES, STEPHEN 150 

JONES, STEVE 178 

JORDAN, DORIS 151 

JORDAN, DAVID 122,178 

JORDAN, FRANCES 178 

JORDAN, JEANNE 190 

JORDAN, ROBERT 67,178 

JOSLIN, IVAN 190 

JUSTHAN, BARBARA 190 



K 

KALMAN, SUSAN 52,178 

KAMRAD, KERT 116,190 

KARN. MELVIN 67.190 

KARN. RANDY 65,178 

KARTIS, ALEXIA 64,121,178 

KATZENBERGER, MIKE 68,151 

KECK, ALAN 46,49,51,65,130,151 

KECK, DEBBIE 74,190 

KEECH, BOBBY 178 

KEECH, GLORIA 67,178 

KEENE, DEBBIE 190 

KEENEHAN, JAMES 68,178 

KEHOE, KATHY 190 

KELLEY, ROBERT 190 

KELLEY, TOM 190 

KELLEY, TOM 190 

KELLY, JEAN 178 

KELLY, JOHN 53,190 

KELLOGG, HOLLY 82,178 

KENDRICK, GWEN 74,190 

KENNEDY, CATHI 52,67,76,151 

KERNS, GRACE 190 

KEYS. MARGARET 70,190 

KIGHT, DEBBIE 151 

KIGHT, DOUG 67,178 

KINARD, KENNY 178 

KING, BOB 190 

KING, HAROLD 123,190 

KING, STEVE 90,95,175 

KING, VERNON 69,75,96,97,98.100.106,151 

KIRBY. BECKIE 58.178 

KIRBY, CEIL 74.190 

KIRBY, DEBORAH 64,67,130,151 

KIRBY, DOTTIE 41,51,62,151 

KNACK, DAVID 59,125,190 

KNIGHT, BARRY 190 

KNIGHT, DELORES 178 

KNIGHT. SUSIE 190 

KNIGHT. TERRY 190 

KNIGHT. TONI 71.72,190 

KNIGHT, WILLIS 190 

KNOWLES, GARY 71,72,152 



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Index 



KNOWLES, WAYNE 152 
KNOX, CAROLYN 190 
KNOX, GAIL 178 
KNOX, PATTY 152 
KOPEK, VINCE 178 
KOSTER, GLORIA 62,191 
KRAHENBILL, DONNA 74,178 
KRIPAITIS, PAULA 191 
KUBISZEWSKI, SUSAN 178 



LACKEY, GWENETH 70,152 

LACKEY, RANDALL 69,112,113,114,152 

LAMM, GARY 191 

LANDRUM, BRUNO 178 

LANE, LINDA 44,178 

LANFRANCHI, KIM 46,79,191 

LANG, PAT 74,179 

LANKFORD, DEBBIE 191 

LANKFORD, JOHN 102,179 

LASELL, CAROL 191 

LASSEN, BETH 152 

LASSEN, BILL 191 

LAYNE, MIKE 152 

LEDERMANN, GINNA 130,152 

LEE, ROGER 75,191 

LEE, SUZANNE 65,191 

LEMON, BETTY 60,65,70,191 

LEMON, MARYLN 191 

LEMON, ROBERT 112,179 

LESTER, ALLEN 67,152 

LESTER, BOBBY 179 

LESTER, SUSAN 179 

LEVESQUE, GWEN 152 

LEWIS, CAROL 51,63,76,130,152 

LEWIS, DONALD 71,72,191 

LEWIS, JACKIE 152 

LIBICK, CHARLES 71,72,179 

LILES, JENNA 80,118,179 

LILLEY, DYANN 43,80,179 

LIPINSKI, STEPHANIE 75,153 

LITTLE, CAROLYN 71,72,179 

LITTLE, DIANE 179 

LITTLE, KENT 153 

LIVERMAN, ISAAC 191 

LIVERMAN, LEONARD 191 

LONG, DEBBIE 153 

LONG, JOHN 179 

LONG, JOHN 153 

LOOPER, REGINA 191 

LOVELY, DEBBIE 179 

LOWERY, BUREN 69,122,153 

LOWE, GAIL 191 

LUCAS, JERRY 67,179 

LUCK, DEBI 179 

LUKAS, SCOTT 179 

LUKE, MARCINE 124,191 

LUKE, NADINE 191 

LUND, TERRY 179 

LUNDY, LUANN 191 

LUPTON, FRANK 71,72,191 

LYLE, MICHAEL 90,153 

LYONS, ANN 191 



MC 

MACANANNY, RAY 153 

MCCARTHY, GARY 67,68,153 

MCCLELLAN, STEVE 127,191 

MCCONKEY, GLORIA 191 

MCCONVILLE, MARY ANN 179 

MCCONVILLE, MIKE 191 

MCCORD, MYRA 60,64,191 

MCCOY, AARON 67,179 

MCCOY, CHARLIE 153 

MCCOY, DWIGHT 90,112,114 

MCCOY, CYNTHIA 67,191 

MCCOY, DAVID 123,191 

MCCOY, ELAINE 67 

MCCOY, HOWARD 191 

MCCOY, JERRY 96,100,279 

MCCULLON, LINDA 154 

MCDANIEL, MIKE 112,116,179 

MCDANIEL, RICHARD 116,191 

MCDOUGLE, KEN 65,154 

MCDOWELL, PEGGY 179 

MCFARLAND, NANCY 67,179 

MCGINNIS, MIKE 179 

MCGOWNN, DEBBIE 74,191 

MCKAY, DAVE 116,117,154 

MCKEWEN, JAN 154 

MCKINNEY, BRUCE 71,112,113,114,191 

MCKOWN, BOB 154 

MCLANE, SUSAN 74 

MCLAWHORN, RAHN 191 

MCLEMOVE, KENT 124,191 

MCNAMARA, CATHY 74,179 

MCNAMARA, DEBE 53,179 

MCNAMARA, KEVIN 179 

MCNULTY, DEBORAH 83,118,119,120,179 

MCNULTY, JOHN 179 

MCNULTY, SUELLEN 83,191 



M 
MABERRY, CASSIE 53,154 
MACKEY, RUDOLPH 71,124,191 
MADDUX, JAMES 191 
MALONE. CATHY 179 
MANBY, PAM 154 
MANDIGO. ROBERT 65,154 
MARIANI, CARLA 154 
MARIANI, RICK 90,179 
MARKS, LEWIS 179 
MARSHALL, KATHY 64,77,191 



MARTENIS, ROBERT 191 

MARTIN, ANITA 154 

MARTIN, CYNTHIA 76,154 

MARTIN, GAIL 191 

MARTIN, JIMMY 69,112,114,126,179 

MARTIN, PAM 64,130,154 

MARTIN, ROBYN 62,191 

MARTIN, TOMMY 155 

MASSEY, ANTHONY 191 

MATHEWS, ROGER 191 

MATHIS, STEVE 67,155 

MATNEY, A.C. 67,155 

MATTHEWS, BECKY 79,191 

MAYNARD, DIANE 58,70,179 

MAYS, ROBBIE 61,122,130,155 

MAYTON, FAYE 191 

MEADE, HARRY 69,102,104,125,130,155 

MEADE, MARK 126,191 

MEADOW, BABSIE 74,119,124,191 

MEADOW, RENDA 191 

MELTON, BEN 179 

MELTON, BILL 69,102,103,130,155 

MELVIN, MIKE 192 

MENGE, ARTY 155 . 

MEREDITH, JENNY 44,47,51,76,130,132,155 

MICHELA, TERRY 75,155 

MIDDLETON, DENNIS 192 

MILLAY, DONNA 179 

MILLER, BILL 66,192 

MILLER, BILLY 179 

MILLER, BRUCE 66,71,73,155 

MILLER, CORRINE 192 

MILLER, LINDA 156 

MILLER, MARK 192 

MILLER, MAYNARD 179 

MILLER, MIKE 50,192 

MILLER, PAUL 192 

MILLER, SHARON 156 

MILLER, WESLEY 67 

MILLS, KENNETH 69,90,102 

MILLS, MICHAEL 112,123,124,192 

MILLS, MODESTEEN 192 

MITCHELL, ART 192 

MITCHELL, STEVIE 112,179 

MITCHUM, DWIGHT 90,106,133,156 

MOERSCHELL, JERRY 179 

MONROE, LYNDA 192 

MONTGOMERY, BILL 179 

MONTGOMERY, DON 65,68,156 

MOONEY, JOY 67,192 

MOONEYHAM, BRENDA 179 

MOORE, CHRIS 156 

MOORE, ERMA 179 

MOORE, FRANCES 156 

MOORE, GLEN 71,192 

MOORE, JEFF 192 

MOORE, JIMMY 179 

MOORE, LINDA 179 

MOORE, MARY 179 

MOORE, PAM 177,192 

MOORE, RANDOLPH 179 

MOORE, RICKY 49,179 

MORENO, LARRY 156 

MORENO, PATTY 156 

MORPHIS, MARGIE 74,156 

MORRIS, CARLA 179 

MORRIS, GARY 72,192 

MORRIS, KATHY 192 

MORRIS, MARY 180 

MORRIS, RONNIE 156 

MORRIS, SANDRA 47,51,52,74,130,156 

MORRISETT, MIKE 72,192 

MORRISON, DARCY 52,156 

MORROW, JOAN 157 

MORROW, SUZIE 180 

MORTON, CAROL 76,118,157 

MOSS, ROBIN 74,192 

MUMFORD, JOEY 192 

MUNDELL, PATRICIA 192 

MURPHY, DANNY 192 

MURPHY, WANDA 74,157 

MURRAY, DARDY 157 

MUSSELMAN, BRENDA 64,130,157 

MYERS, CAROL 192 

MYERS, SHARON 192 

MYRICK. JUDY 180 



N 
NANCE, MIKE 50,65,66,81,82,292 
NASH, PATRICK 53 
NASSIF, PAT 157 
NEAL, JERI 70,192 
NEAL, NANCY 70,157 
NEILL, DEBBIE 192 
NEISZ, DOUGLAS 53,69,180 
NELSON, DANNY 67 
NELSON, JACKIE 74,180 
NEUMANN, DAVID 192 
NEUMANN, STEVE 157 
NEWBERN, LYN 51,62,64,130,158 
NEWMAN, DEE 158 
NEWMAN, JOHN 158 
NEWMAN. ROD 180 
NEWSOME, SUE 74,158 
NEWTON, DOROTHY 158 
NEWTON, MIKE 192 
NICHOLS, NICK 96,99,158 
NIXON, KATHI 130,158 
NOE, DEBORAH 180 
NORDBERG, MICHAEL 116 
NORVILLE, ROY 192 
NOYES, GAYLE 124,192 
NUCKOLS, JERRY 1 1 2, 1 1 3,1 14, 1 80 
NUGENT, DOR 52,158 



ODOM, RAY 180 

O'HAGAN, THOMAS 180 

O'HARA, KATHY 70,192 

OLSON, MIKE 47,51,61,69,90,106,130,159 

O'NEAL, GILBERT 47,69,106,132,159 

O'NEAL, MARTHA 74,192 



ORBAN, VIVIAN 159 
ORDWAY, CONNIE 159 
ORSARGOS, PAT 118,119,180 
OSMUNDSON, LARRY 67,159 
OWENS, GAYLE 80,81,159 
OWENS, STEPHEN 192 



PAINTER, KAREN 67,192 

PAINTER, CATHY 180 

PAGE, CATHY 159 

PARHAM, DIANNE 192 

PARHAM, KAREN 46,71,75,159 

PARKER, CHERYL 53,192 

PARKER, DEBORAH 192 

PARKER, DONNA 192 

PARKER, GAY 67,180 

PARKER, JIMMY 192 

PARKS, CURTIS 69,113,114,180 

PARKS, ROSEMARY 70,74,192 

PARRISH, MICKEY 180 

PAR RON, CINDY 60,159 

PASCHALL, BILL 69,90,106,124,192 

PASSARIS, CHRYS 51,62,130,159 

PASSARIS, MICHELE 62,192 

PATTERSON, JAMES 180 

PATTERSON, JAN 123,192 

PATTERSON, JEFF 113,114,180 

PATTISON, JAMIE 180 

PAUL, SHARON 46,76,130,159 

PAULETTE, POLLY 192 

PAYNTER, SHIRLEY 70,180 

PAYNTER, WALLY 192 

PEACOCK, LINDA 180 

PEARL, MICHELE 192 

PEDERSON, BOB 192 

PENNINGTON, DREW 192 

PENNINGTON, RICHARD 159 

PERKINS, DELORIS 74,192 

PERKINSON, JANICE 82,120,159 

PERKINSON, RICHARD 126,180 

PERRY, JOANNE 180 

PERRY, PHIL 116,180 

PERRY, RONALD 192 

PETERSON, BILLY 71,72,192 

PETERSON, GENTRY 124,192 

PETERSON, KEN 130,131,160 

PEZZELLA, BILL 192 

PHELPS, DAVID 65,180 

PHELPS, JUDY 160 

PHILLIPS, ANITA 74,160 

PICARD, JERRY 116,192 

PIERCE, JIMMY 160 

PIERSAL, EUGENE 192 

PIERSON, SUE 160 

PIPKIN, ROBERT 180 

PINKHAM, JUDY 74,192 

PINSON, ROCHELLE 52,70,124,192 

PITTARD, DONNA 52,192 

PITTMAN, DEBORAH 58,120,121,180 

PITTMAN, DEBORAH 180 

PITTS, FLETCHER 180 

PITTS, MITCH 102 

PLEDGER. CAROLYN 62,83,130,160 

POFF. STEVE 69,90,106,160 

POLHAMUS, GAIL 67,180 

PCMPLUN, NANCY 62,192 

POWELL, BEE 192 

POWERS, DENIS 69,116,180 

PRAHM, MICHAEL 180 

PREDDY, JOAN 62,70,82,180 

PRICE, VINCENT 160 

PRIDDY, DALE 67,76,160 

PROCTOR, JEANNE 180 

PROVO, JAMES 160 

PRUITT. PAMELA 60,160 

PUGH, CHERYL 180 

PUGH, DEBORAH 180 

PUREFOY, DIANE 62,180 

PYE, CAROL 180 



RAINES, JEBBIE 192 

RALPH, HOWARD 51,66,113,114,130,160 

RALPH, RICHARD 66,113,114,180 

RAMIREZ, JOHN 74,75,192 

RAMIREZ, MIKE 125,193 

RAMIREZ, ROBERT 180 

RAMSEY, JOEY 85,123,193 

RANSOM, KAREN 58,70,180 

RATLIFF, FRANK 46,69,90,161 

RAUSCHENBACH, DONNA 180 

RAY, JACKY 67,161 

RECTOR, GARY 193 

RECTOR, TOM 180 

REDMAN, LYNDA 67,180 

REED, ALAN 71,72,73,180 

REED, BARBARA 82,193 

REED, ROGER 52,61,130,161 

REEVES, JOHN 90,96,99,112,180 

REMICCI, THERESA 63,193 

REVELL, JACK 102,105,125,180 

REYNOLDS, DEBBIE 161 

RHOADES, BARBARA 161 

RHOADES, WINFRED 71,193 

RHOADS, SANDY 123,193 

RICE, DEBBIE 180 

RICE, DEBBIE 130,161 

RICE, EDWARD 193 

RICE, RUE 123,193 

RICHARDS, JERRY 193 

RICHARDS, RITA 180 

RICHARDSON, OSCAR 52,69,90,122,181 

RICKS, VERNON 193 

RICKS, VI RGINIA 6 7,181 

RIDDELL, BARBARA 193 

RIDDICK, ARTHUR 100,123,181 

RIDGWELL, DEBBIE 181 

RIEG, PHILIP 193 

RILEY, GENE 6 7,12 6,181 

RIMARSKI, TERESA 70,193 

RINGER, DUANE 70.100.193 



212 



RISER, SHERRY 46,64,178,181 
RITER, WESLEY 193 
ROBARE, NADINE 82,193 
ROBBINS, MARTIN 193 
ROBERTS, JERRY 69,71,72,122,161 
ROBEY, DOTTIE 193 
ROBINSON, BRUCE 67,181 
ROBINSON, CHERYL 193 
ROBINSON, EILEEN 74,75,161 
ROBINSON, ROGER 71,73,181 
ROBINSON, SALLI 65,66,130,162 
ROBINSON, SHELIA 181 
ROBINSON, VAL 162 
RODGERS, SUE 181 
ROEHL, BUTCH 193 
ROGERS, JANE 60,162 
ROMEO, MARY 193 
ROOKS, DEBBIE 67,162 
ROSENTHAL, BILL 65,181 
ROSS, ANGELA 193 
ROSS, MARGIE 58,193 
ROSS, PAUL 90,162 
ROUGHTON, DAVID 124,127,193 
ROUGHTON, ROBYN 53,83,181 
ROWLAND, JOANNE 181 
RUDD, ELTON 67,181 
RUNYAN, PAULA 124,181 
RUPERTI, MEL 69,106,124,193 
RUSH, JOHN 193 
RUSH, ROBERT 181 
RUSS, JACKIE 181 
RUSSELL, BILLY 162 
RUSSELL, EUGENE 193 
RUSSELL, MECHELE 193 
RUSSELL, ROBERT 69,90,102,181 
RYAN, SUE 82,181 



SABINE, DEBBIE 53,193 

SALYERS, ERNIE 67.193 

SAMS, DEBBIE 70,193 

SAMS, SKEETER 181 

SANDERLIN, SUSAN 58,82,181 

SANDERS, DEBI 162 

SANDERS, EDDIE 193 

SANDERSON, FUZZY 162 

SANDERSON, GALE 181 

SANDERSON, LAVERNE 181 

SANDERSON, SANDIE 50,181 

SAUL, PATRICIA 62,83,181 

SAUNDERS, ANDY 123,193 

SAUNDERS, LOUIS 181 

SAUNDERS. TIM 96,97,108,109,163 

SAVAGE, BOB 163 

SAVAGE, TONY 68,193 

SAWYER, RICHARD 193 

SCARANO, BARBARA 60,193 

SCARBOROUGH, B.R. 163 

SCARPER, RICK 69,90,102,106,193 

SCHMIDT, PENNY 74,163 

SCHMITT, CATHY 124,193 

SCHNEIDER, JAY 163 

SCHREINER, JACKIE 181 

SCHROEDER, DAVID 68,193 

SCHWEMLEY, JANE 65,181 

SCHWINDT, CRAIG 193 

SCOTT, DEBBIE 58,67,163 

SCOTT, TOM 193 

SCRANTON, DEBBIE 52.60,181 

SCRANTON, HERBERT 163 

SEAGLE, JANET 181 

SEAGLE, KAREN 193 

SECONDING, DEBBIE 181 

SECONDING, STEVE 193 

SEICK, SAM 80,81,163 

SEITZ. DENI5E 76,77,163 

SEITZ, MARY JEANNE 193 

SEMONES, WANDA 74,193 

SEVIGNY, 5UZIE 74,193 

SHANNON, JIM 112,114.115,123,194 

SHARPE, SUE 76,164 

SHAW, DONNA 58,194 

SHEA, MIKE 69,90,181 

SHELL, JULIA 164 

SHELTERS, HELEN 77,181 

SHEPHERD, DEBBIE 194 

SHEVOCK, MARY 181 

SHEVOCK. MIKE 67,164 

SHIFLETT, RICHARD 66,182 

SHIMANDLE, SALLY 71,72,182 

SIBLEY, JUDY 194 

SILAS, LOUISE 60,182 

SIMMER, DEBBIE 199,121,124,194 

SIMMONS, BOB 164 

SIMMONS, BILLY 182 

SIMMONS. DONNA 164 

SIMMONS, JANET 130,164 

SITTERSON, KATHY 165 

SKILES, CAROL 75,130 

SKINNER, RUTHIE 74 

SMALL, LINDA 51,63,76.130,165 

SMELSER, VALERIE 194 

SMITH, AL 194 

SMITH, ANGIE 194 

SMITH. ANITA 194 

SMITH, ARNOLD 194 

SMITH, BILL 85.194 

SMITH. JOYCE 74,165 

SMITH, CHARLENE 194 

SMITH, DEBBY 182 

SMITH, DONNA 70,194 

SMITH. ERNIE 53.126,182 

SMITH. JOHN 182 

SMITH, KAREN 172,182 

SMITH, KEITH 194 

SMITH, LARNELL 182 

SMITH, MARILYN 59,194 

SMITH, MIKE 71,72.90.114,182 

SMITH, MELINDA 194 

SMITH, REID 194 

SMITH, RICKY 31,108.109 

SMITH, SUSAN 52,65,70,182 

SMITH, TOMMY 194 

SMITH. WILLIAM 69,1 1 2,1 14,1 65 



SMITHDEAL, MELISSA 67,165 

SNOWDEN, JIMMY 182 

SNOWDEN, JOHNNY 69,96.99.165 

SNOWDEN. PERNELL 165 

SNOWDEN, WANDA 194 

SNYDER, JAMIE 73,194 

SOREY, LINDA 194 

SOREY, ROY 67.165 

SPANGLER, RANDY 59.72,194 

SPARKS, BARBARA 67,165 

SPARKS, DONNA 53.60.65,121,182 

SPATH, MICHAEL 194 

SPRINGSTON, REX 69,102,103,104,130,165 

SPRAKER, TWILA 65,74,75,182 

STAHLING. MARY 60,165 

STALVEY, JOSEPH 194 

STANCIL, CASSANDRA 194 

STANTON, EARL 112,113,114,165 

STARK, MICHAEL 194 

STAUFFER, MEL 71,73,182 

STAYLOR, SANDY 74,182 

STEPHENSON, ROXANNE 182 

STEVENS, DALE 74.194 

STEVENS, PAT 70,182 

STEVENSON, JOHN 194 

STINNETT, CINDY 194 

STINNETT, DEBBIE 76,166 

STEWART, BEVERLY 74,182 

STEWART, ROBERT 61,182 

STOGSDILL, ELLEN 67,74,166 

STOKES, PAUL 182 

STOKES, ROBERT 194 

STONE, JINX 194 

STONE, S.J. 166 

STOREY, DAVID 69,90,182 

STRANGE, KIM 194 

STROUT, BILL 166 

STUBLEN, JOHN 194 

SULCER, MIKE 182 

SULLIVAN, DAVID 194 

SUTTON. CYNTHIA 64,75,182 

SWARTZENTRUBER, DAVID 67,166 

SWARTZENTRUBER, RUTH 182 

SWEITZER, ROBERT 182 

SYKES, CAROL 64,194 

SYKES. JAMES 182 



TABOR, KYM 52.182 

TABRON, BARBARA 182 

TABRON, CLAUDIA 166 

TALL, CINDY 74.82,194 

TALMAGE, PATTI 71,72,194 

TATE, DIANE 52.182 

TAYLOR. HARRY 96,100,166 

TAYLOR, JOE 124,166 

TAYLOR, LEIGH 127,182 

TAYLOR, LARRY 68,116.194 

TAYLOR, MIKE 61,69,122,130,166 

TAYLOR, MILDRED 64,166 

TAYLOR, PHIL 194 

TAYLOR, RALPH 166 

TAYLOR. ROBERT 90,126,194 

TAYLOR. KEVAN 182 

TAYLOR. STELLA 82,182 

TEAGLE, GARY 125,194 

TEAGLE, MIKE 61,69,122,166 

TEETS, JIMMY 116,194 

TEMPLETON, GAIL 167 

TENCH. JOANNE 63.76,167 

TERRANOVA, JOANN 167 

THIEM, LORI 64,130,167 

THOMAS, ARLETHIA 182 

THOMAS, DANIEL 183 

THOMAS, MIKE 52,61,167 

THOMAS. KATHY 194 

THOMAS, LESTER 47,69,90,130,132.167 

THOMAS, DON 194 

THOMPSON, LARRY 167 

THOMPSON, MIKE 65,183 

THOMPSON, SUSAN 65,183 

TIERNEY, KATHY 64,194 

TITCOMB, JUDY 65,74,75,183 

TLUCHAK. MIKE 67,183 

TODD, JOEY 167 

TODD, ANNIE 58,194 

TOOMBS, TOM 130,168 

TRAINO, SHELLY 58,194 

TRAUTHEWEIN, JOYCE 168 

TRENT. JIMMY 123,195 

TUCKER, THERESA 53,67,183 

TULLOCK, PATTI 51,62,130,168 

TURLEY, KATHY 195 

TURNER, CATHERINE 62.121,125,130,168 

TURNER, CINDY 63,195 

TURNER, CINDY 121.183 

TURNER, HANK 116,183 

TUTWILER. LYNN 195 

TYER, BEVERLY 60.65,183 

TYREE, RICHARD 195 

TYSON, CAROLYN 70,74,195 

TYSON, LYNN 64,74,168 



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UNDERWOOD, SHARI 79,195 
URICK. MARY 195 
URSO, THOMAS 71,72,195 
UZZLE, LIZZIE 195 



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VAILLANCOURT, BARBARA 168 
VAN AUKEN, PAUL 168 
VAN AUSTEN, NELLIE 195 
VAN AUSTIN. EDIE 77.183 
VANDERSLICE, MARJIE 74.183 
VAN DE WALKER. JOE 183 
VAN LANDINGHAM, NANCY 169 
VAN LANDINGHAM, RENEE 74,183 



VAN PELT, JEFF 195 
VARELAS, HELEN 168 
VARIOT, DENNIS 67,169 
VERGET, PAMELA 63,195 
VIAU, GREG 195 
VINES, VIC 195 
VOGLER, MIKE 195 
VOGT, STEVE 195 



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WADE, BETH 62,195 

WADE, JANET 58,63,195 

WADE, JOANN 58,63,195 

WADE, PAT 183 

WAGNER, JIM 195 

WAGNER. TONY 183 

WAID, RANDY 51,69,75,90,96,97,130,169 

WALKER, CINDY 195 

WALL, JOHN 123.195 

WALLACE. CAROLYN 195 

WALLACE. EARL 68,195 

WALLACE, KITTY 169 

WALLACE, TIM 195 

WARD, GARY 116,195 

WARD, GARY 183 

WARD, SHARON 62,65,82,130 

WASHBURN, RALPH 195 

WASHINGTON, LIONEL 195 

WATERS, JOHN 195 

WATKINS, DEBORAH 195 

WATSON, BOBBY 169 

WEBB, JIMMY 69,90,112,169 

WEEKS. SKIP 183 

WELCH. JEFF 123,195 

WENGER. DEBBIE 195 

WERNICK, BETH 77,195 

WERNICK, BILL 169 

WEST, DEBBIE 70,183 

WESTON, WAYNE 67,169 

WETHERINGTON, WALTER 123,126,195 

WHITAKER, JENNIFER 52,82,183 

WHITBY, SANDRA 195 

WHITE, BILL 69,71,72,102,195 

WHITE, BUD 183 

WHITE, CATHY 65,82,169 

WHITE, JIM 195 

WHITE. LESLEY 195 

WHITE. RUBY 169 

WHITE, TIM 71,116,195 

WHITE, WARREN 61,169 

WHITEHURST, BILLIE 82,195 

WHITFIELD. ARTHUR 195 

WHITFIELD, BRENDA 195 

WHITLOW, JOHN 169 

WIAN, ANN 118,170 

WICKER, DEBBIE 195 

WIDENER, KAREN 183 

WIGANDT, AL 183 

WILCOX, BILLY 183 

WILCOX. LINDA 65,121,130,170 

WILKERSON. CAROL 67 

WILKERSON, PAT 195 

WILLCOX. CARY 195 

WILLIAMS, ALLIE 51,130,170 

WILLIAMS, BONNIE JO 183 

WILLIAMS, SANDY 170 

WILLIAMS, DANA 183 

WILLIAMS, DEBBIE 62,195 

WILLIAMS, DENISE 170 

WILLIAMS, DENNIS 124,195 

WILLIAMS, JANET 74,170 

WILLIAMS, JUDY 170 

WILLIAMS, KAY 183 

WILLIAMS, MARY ELLEN 74,183 

WILLIAMS, ROY 195 

WILLIAMS, SHARON 63,195 

WILLIAMS, TIM 51,61,130,170 

WILLIAMS, THOMASINE 183 

WILLIAMSON, SHERRIL 71,183 

WILMOTH, LES 65,183 

WILMOTH, LINDA 170 

WILSON, LINDA 64,65,83,130,171 

WILSON, LISA 70,124,195 

WILSON, NELEGENE 77,183 

WILSON, STEVE 48,171 

WILSON, THOMAS 183 

WINDLEY, JANICE 83,183 

WINDSCHITL, LEE 183 

WINDOM, MIKE ©1,130,171 

WINGROVE, PAM 195 

WINTERS, LAURA 58,85,120,183 

WINTERS, PATTI 195 

WOLFE, KEITH 68,171 

WOLFE, TIM 60.195 

WOMACK. DON 183 

WONDERS, JUDY 195 

WOOD, ALAN 183 

WOOD, KATHY 65,171 

WOODRUFF, LINWOOD 67,183 

WOODS, ROBERT 61,108,171 

WOODWARD, CHRIS 195 

WOOLARD, BARBARA 171 

WOOTEN, SANDY 195 

WRIGHT, JIMMY 90,183 

WRIGHT, LINDA 183 

WRIGHT, ROY 126.183 

WRIGHT. STEVE 195 

WYATT. JAMES 195 



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YELTON. BONNIE 183 
YORK. BARBARA 74 
YOST, JEANNE 62,71,130,171 
YOUNG, JANET 118 
YOUNG. MIKE 69.90,195 
YOUNT, DEBBIE 64,65,183 



ZAUN, TERRY 195 
ZIELSKE, WILLIAM 72,195 



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Images unwinding . . . looking freely 
all around . . . feeling freer than the 
ocean looking wildly at the sea . . . 
gaining knowledge through a teacher, 
through a friend but perhaps more 
valuable from experience and self- 
understanding . . . running 'round in 
circles with heads in a frenzy not 
bothering to decipher some moments 
or ways . . . simply unwinding with 
and without meaning but always with 
a feeling . . . tossing and turning not 
just words and thoughts but 
action . . . daily growing to a weaken- 
ing or strengthening degree . . . throw- 
ing out some inhibitions . . . maybe 
just trading for some more . . . but 
never without a change . . . looking at 
a sunset, gazing at the moon, taking 
that second glance at things really so 
seldom seen . . . there are ways . . . 
within reason ... to be free . . . for 
that moment's freedom give whatever 
need be . . . taste the freshness of the 
morning . . . feel the freedom of your 
ways . . . catch that scent of burning 
cedars . . . see the wonder of cre- 
ation . . . hear the gentle beating of 
the rain . . . simply live and find your 
meaning for a life that is your own. 



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